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Question 13   ( 1 point ) The following is an example of adverse selection
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 A majority of those applying for well paid jobs are well qualified
 More reckless drivers opt for cars with more safety devices Individuals living in less secure neighborhoods want to buy less insurance Individuals with a strong family history of heart diseases opt to buy less insurance
Question 14   ( 1 point ) Adverse selection in insurance requires that
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Question 15   ( 1 point ) Insurance companies create wealth by
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Question 16   ( 1 point ) To signal to your insurance company that you are a low risk individual , to secure a lower premium , you should
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Question 17   ( 1 point ) One of the solutions to the adverse selection problem in insurance is
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 Is to require that only the high risk individuals to buy insurance Is to require that only the low risk individuals buy insurance
 Is to require everyone to buy insurance
Question 18   ( 1 point ) Sally would only agree to a second date with Andy if she sees him leave a generous tip for the waiter on their first dinner date . This is an example of a
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Question 19   ( 1 point ) A firm hiring only MBAs , regardless of the self - professed skill set is an example of
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Question 20   ( 1 point ) Leaving a handsome tip for the waiter in full view of your dinner date is a
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Question 1   ( 1 point ) Individuals who are more risk averse
 Question 1 options : buy less insurance buy more insurance are not more or less inclined to buy insurance are philosophically opposed to insurance
Question 2   ( 1 point ) Offering an expensive engagement ring to your ( future ) bride is a
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Question 14(1 point)Adverse selection in insurance requires thatQuestion 14 options:potential customers face different levels of riskpotential customers facing more risk are no more interested in purchasing insurancepeople are not risk averseinsurers can tell higher risk people from lower risk people
SaveQuestion 15(1 point)Insurance companies create wealth by
SaveQuestion 16(1 point)To signal to your insurance company that you are a low risk individual, to secure a lower premium, you should
SaveQuestion 17(1 point)One of the solutions to the adverse selection problem in insurance is
SaveQuestion 18(1 point)Sally would only agree to a second date with Andy if she sees him leave a generous tip for the waiter on their first dinner date. This is an example of aQuestion 18 options:Screening mechanismSignaling mechanismWay to waste moneyNone of the above
SaveQuestion 19(1 point)A firm hiring only MBAs, regardless of the self-professed skill set is an example of
SaveQuestion 20(1 point)Leaving a handsome tip for the waiter in full view of your dinner date is a
SaveQuizNote:It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question.Question 1(1 point)Individuals who are more risk averse
SaveQuestion 2(1 point)Offering an expensive engagement ring to your (future) bride is aQuestion 2 options:Screening mechanismSignaling mechanismWay to waste moneyNone of the above
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