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Question 1.

If workers in nuclear power plants underestimate the true risk of their jobs,

• employers will pay compensating differential to compensate employees fully for the risk they have assumed.

• safety legislation will not make workers better off.

• the wages of these workers will not be high enough to compensate them fully for the risk they have assumed.

• the supply of workers in this occupation will exceed demand.

Question 2.

Economic discrimination takes place when an employer

• pays workers the lowest wage possible.

• pays workers different wages on the basis of some arbitrary characteristics of workers that are irrelevant to the job performed.

• pays lower wages to workers who are not as productive as other workers.

• pays workers compensating wage differentials.
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Answer 1

the wages of these workers will not be high enough to compensate them fully for the risk they have assumed.

Answer 2

pays workers different wages on the basis of some arbitrary characteristics of workers that are irrelevant to the job performed.
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