A reason which tries to explain the wage inequality between men and women is that
women having been part of the workforce less time and they tend to have less skills and they
concentrate in jobs which typically pay less than if men work those jobs. Employ
Occupational Segregation Wages and Profits When Employers Discriminate by Race and Sex,
Bergmann 1974
Black-White Earnings Over the 1970s and 1980s: Gender Differences in Trends, Blau and Beller
1992
Rising Wage Inequality and the US Gender Gap, Blau and
Econ 310
Problem Set 6
2
TC=30 q +600 q . Find the firms supply curve.
1. Suppose
2. Suppose a firms total costs are TC=20+.25q4 , and the firm can sell its
output for a price of $125. Find the firms profit-maximizing outputshow
your work.
3. For each of
Econ 310
Problem Set 2 key
1. This first question is long, and is based on an article I read a while ago,
which said: a Toronto-based independent financial products comparison
website pegs the price of courtship at $6,936.74. That includes a dozen
fancy d
Econ 310
Problem Set 8
For these demand curves and monopolist cost functions, please find the
equilibrium quantity, price, and monopoly profit:
2 2
TC= Q
3
1.
Q=10P
and
2.
1
Q=25 P
3
and
TC=Q2+16
3.
Q=1300P
and
TC =100Q+200
4.
Q=10000.5 P
and
2
TC=3Q +10
Econ 310
Problem Set 7
Name:
1. Suppose a representative firm in a perfectly competitive market has
short-run total costs of TC=0.5 q2 +7 q .
a) Find the firms short-run supply curve.
b) Find the market supply curve if there are 200 firms in the industry.
Econ 310
Problem Set 4
Name:
Answer the following questions using the production function
where A , a , b>0 .
q= A K a Lb ,
1. Does labor exhibit diminishing marginal product if b=1.1? Show me how
you know.
It does not. First, get the marginal product of
Econ 310
Problem Set 7
Name:
1. Suppose a representative firm in a perfectly competitive market has
short-run total costs of TC=0.5 q2 +7 q .
a) Find the firms short-run supply curve.
We start by taking
2
TC=0.5 q +7 q
and finding MC, so:
MC=2.5 q+7
We se
Econ 310
Problem Set 4
Name:
Answer the following questions using the production function
where A , a , b>0 .
q= A K a Lb ,
1. Does labor exhibit diminishing marginal product if b=1.1? Show me how
you know.
2. Find the rate of technical substitution (RTS)
Econ 310
Problem Set 1
Name: Jessica Orrantia
Please answer all of the questions below. If you print out and hand-write
this problem set, you may want to add some space for writing to each
question before printing.
1. Here are a few common things that peo
Econ 310
Problem Set 1
Name:
1. Calculate the fair price of the following gambles. Please show your work.
a. Win $350 with a 10 percent chance or lose $35 with a 90 percent chance.
b. Lose $200 with a 60 percent chance or win $300 with a 40 percent chance
Econ 310
Problem Set 2
Name:
1. This first question is long, and is based on an article I read a while ago,
which said: a Toronto-based independent financial products comparison
website pegs the price of courtship at $6,936.74. That includes a dozen
fancy
Econ 310
Problem Set 5
3
q
12 q2 +500 . Please find the marginal cost and average
3
total cost curves of this total cost function.
1. Suppose
TC=
1
2. Suppose
3
q=K 4 L 4 , K=5 , and w=v =2 . Find the short run total cost
curve and short run average total
Econ 310
Problem Set 1
Name:
Please answer all of the questions below. If you print out and hand-write
this problem set, you may want to add some space for writing to each
question before printing.
1. Here are a few common things that people say to one an
California State University Channel Islands
MKT 310 Principles of Marketing
Spring 2017 - Online Course
Syllabus
Instructor: Mine Ucok Hughes, Ph.D. (mineucokhughes.com)
Email: [email protected] Best way to reach me!
Phone: 818.252.5153 This is my
Econ 310: Intermediate Microeconomics 100% Online Course
Instructor Information
Name: Jared Barton
Phone number: 805-437-1640
Office: Sage Hall 2137
Email address: [email protected]
Office hours: Saturday 12pm-2pm held on Blackboard Collaborate; or b
Homework #1 Solutions
Chapter 3
Problem #1
a. According to the neoclassical theory of distribution, the real wage equals the marginal product
of labor. Because of diminishing returns to labor, an increase in the labor force causes the
marginal product of
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Chapter 5 Solutions
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HIST/BUS/ECON 349
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Summer 2016
The exam will be through CI Learn and timed at 2 hours. Expect to spend about 45 minutes on Part I,
15 minutes on Part II, and an hour on Part III. Many of the identification terms in Part I should be
u
Bus 497A
Strategic Management Seminar
Orientation and Course Overview
Monday, August 23, 2010
Things To Remember
Professor: Jeff Stone
Office: JH 4222
Phone: 805.660.8483
Office Hours: Mon 2-3 and 6-7, Thu 1-2
Web Site: http:/www.csun.edu/~jds29757
and Mo
Econ 310
Problem Set 1
Name:
1. Calculate the fair price of the following gambles. Please show your work.
a. Win $250 with a 10 percent chance or lose $25 with a 90 percent chance.
E[Ba] = 250 * .1 + (-25 * .9) = 25 + (-22.5) = $2.5
b. Lose $300 with a 60
Econ 310 Final Exam Spring 2016
Instructions: You have one hour to do this exam and upload it to Blackboard. You may not use anything but a
calculator, scratch paper, and your own mind. Please indicate your answers on this page. Good luck!
Salvador Lopez
Econ 310
Problem Set 2
Name:
1. This first question is long, and is based on an article I read a while ago,
which said: a Toronto-based independent financial products comparison
website pegs the price of courtship at $6,936.74. That includes a dozen
fancy