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Because wage levels and other benefits are established by supply and demand, what type of market

Question : Because wage levels and other benefits are established by supply and demand, what type of market : 2134237

81. Because wage levels and other benefits are established by supply and demand, what type of market is the secondary labour market?

a. a free market

b. a closed market

c. a flexible market

d. a bull market

82. Because wage levels and other benefits are established by the forces of supply and demand, as well as by the power of those employed in it, what type of market is the primary labour market?

a. a free market

b. a closed market

c. a flexible market

d. a regulated market

83. The question of whether free or regulated markets are better for society lies at the heart of much scholarly controversy. Why do many economic sociologists find this division too simplistic?

a. Regulation is not an either/or issue but a matter of degree.

b. Markets are regulated in the same way for all groups.

c. The costs and benefits of regulation are distributed in one way.

d. Some markets are neither free nor regulated.

84. Benjamin is engaged in a heated argument with a classmate that a free market expands economic growth. Which perspective does Benjamin most likely subscribe to?

a. the classical school of economic sociology

b. the neoclassical school of economics

c. internal labour market theory

d. socioeconomic stratification theory

85. According to the textbook, how many paid vacation days are guaranteed to workers annually in Canada?

a. 0

b. 5

c. 10

d. 15

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