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If unlike a perfectly competitive market, a monopsonist has to pay a higher wage to attract more workers, why,

other things being equal, will a monopsonist pay a lower wage than a perfectly competitive employer?  

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Yes sure, for a monopsonist to attract more workers it has to pay a higher wage. Some of the reasons may include;... View the full answer

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