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A craft union attempts to increase wage rates by a

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98. A craft union attempts to increase wage rates by: A. equating the MRP and the MRC curves. B. shifting the labor supply curve to the left. C. shifting the labor supply curve to the right. D. shifting the MRP curve to the right. 99. Occupational licensing has much the same effect as: 100.Occupational licensing: 101.Occupational licensing can best be understood in terms of: 102.If an exclusive union is successful in restricting the supply of labor, the: A. wage rate will rise. B. the quantity of labor demanded will rise. C. the number of job opportunities in the firm or industry will increase. D. the demand for labor curve will shift leftward. 103.If an industrial union is formed to bargain with a monopsonistic employer, then in this labor market:
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104.The electricians union is a good example of: 105.Exclusive unionism attempts to increase wage rates by: 106.Labor unions may attempt to raise wage rates by: A. increasing the supply of labor. B. forcing employers, under the threat of a strike, to pay above-equilibrium wage rates. C. decreasing the demand for labor. D. increasing the price of complementary resources. 107.Construction workers frequently sponsor political lobbying in support of greater public spending on highways and public buildings. One reason they do this is to:
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