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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Negative Income Tax, Household Income, Earned Income Tax Credit

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1 Nov 2012
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A worker will either work all available time or will not work at all. As drawn in figure a, point b is preferred to points a and c. thus, the worker ch
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: European Route E40, Isocost, Isoquant

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1 Nov 2012
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: European Route E40, Isocost, Isoquant

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1 Nov 2012
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Hormel, Marginal Revenue, Monopsony

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1 Nov 2012
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Suppose the labor supply curve is upward sloping and the labor demand curve is downward sloping. The study of economic trends over a particular time pe
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Marginal Revenue, Capital Accumulation, Marginal Product

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1 Nov 2012
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Pvpianist = ,000 + ,000/(1. 05) = ,190. 48. Debbie is about to decide which career path to pursue. She has narrowed her options to two alternatives. Sh
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Route Nationale 17, Marginal Product, Longrun

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1 Nov 2012
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Suppose a worker with an annual discount rate of 10 percent currently resides in pennsylvania and is deciding whether to remain there or to move to ill
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Defined Contribution Plan, Procyclical And Countercyclical, Marginal Revenue Productivity Theory Of Wages

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1 Nov 2012
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Suppose the firm"s labor demand curve is given by: w = 20 - 0. 01 e, where w is the hourly wage and e is the level of employment. Suppose also that the
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Longrun, Efficiency Wage, Retool

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1 Nov 2012
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Suppose there are 25,000 unemployed persons in the economy. You are given the following data about the length of unemployment spells: 1. 00 where the e
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Utility, Reservation Price, Demand Curve

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1 Nov 2012
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If it is profitable for firms to build factories that do not pollute and are not noisy, they would have been built already. After all, firms could buil
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UTSGECO101H1George IgnatieffFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Flight Attendant, Profit Sharing, Southwest Airlines

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1 Nov 2012
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Suppose there are 100 workers in an economy with two firms. All workers are worth per hour to firm a but differ in their productivity at firm b. Worke
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