Test 1 Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2001 Prof. Julian Betts
April 19, 2001
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 3 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 50 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such
Sample Problems to Accompany Chapters 7-9 Economics 136 Human Resources Prof. Julian Betts
1) State 4 cases in which it might make sense for your firm to raid workers from another firm. 2) Let PV(At) be the present value of an employees best alternative j
Final Exam
Economics 136 Human Resources
Spring 2001
Prof. Julian Betts
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There are 9 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 95 points. Please write neatly.
If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such as the bac
Final Exam Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2000 Prof. Julian Betts
Name: _ Student ID _
There are 9 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 100 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such as the ba
Test 2
Economics 136 Human Resources
Spring 2001
Prof. Julian Betts
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There are 5 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 50 points. Please write neatly.
If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such as the back of
Economics 136
Human Resources
Fall 2013
Professor Julian Betts
This course covers the economics of hiring, setting wages and worker incentives, with an
emphasis on the economics of education and training.
Prerequisites: Economics 100B or 170B. (We will fr
Test 1 Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
April 17,2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 40 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such
Economics 136 Sample Problems for Chaps. 4-6 Julian Betts 1. You have three workers at your firm and two divisions, manufacturing and service (M & S). By rotating workers through both divisions, you have determined that the addition to net revenues genera
Test 1 Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2000 Prof. Julian Betts
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 3 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 85 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such as the back of
Test 1 Economics 136 Human Resources Fall 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
October 16, 2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 40 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such
Test 2 Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2000 Prof. Julian Betts
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 3 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 75 points. This includes 10 bonus points from a bonus question, so in theory you could get a grade of 85/7
Sample Exercises for Chapters 2 and 3 Economics 136 Julian Betts 1. Suppose that output at your company can be created by using hi or lo skill workers, working independently. Output of each type of worker also depends on how much capital (equipment) you r
Test 1 Economics 136 Human Resources Fall 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
October 16, 2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 40 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such
Final Exam Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
June 11, 2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 7 written problems in this exam. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such as the back of the page,
Test 2 Economics 136 Human Resources Winter 2005 Prof. Julian Betts
February 15, 2005
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 50 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, s
ECONOMICS 100A MATHEMATICAL HANDOUT
Winter 2000
Mark Machina
A. CALCULUS REVIEW *
Derivatives, Partial Derivatives and the Chain Rule
You should already know what a derivative is. Well use the expressions !(x) or d(x)/dx for the
derivative of the function
Test 2 Economics 136 Human Resources Fall 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
November 18, 2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 53 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, suc
Test 2 Economics 136 Human Resources Spring 2003 Prof. Julian Betts
May 13, 2003
Name: _ Student ID _ There are 4 written problems in this exam, worth a total of 44 points. Please write neatly. If you place the answer to a question in an odd place, such a
1. What guidelines should be followed to make sure that recruitment advertising does not
violate equal employment laws?
That is illegal for employer to publish an advertisement that he or she want to hire woman or man
or just white people or black people.