reservation wage = lowest acceptable wage offer horizontal summation of individual labor supply curves market labor supply curve is expected to be upward sloping (since different individuals have different reservation wages) Equilibrium
Compensating wage differentials Differences in wages caused by differences in nonwage job characteristics:
risk educational requirements stress geographical location Wages and job risk Human capital
A measure of an individuals productive capacity Individuals who are more productive receive higher wages. An individuals human capital may be increased by investments in:
education work experience health care Individuals invest in additional human capital if the lifetime benefits exceed the lifetime costs General and firm-specific human capital
General human capital raises productivity in more than one firm Firm-specific human capital raises productivity only in the current firm Long-term employment relationships are common when there are nontrivial investments in firm-specific human capital.
CEO pay packages CEOs earn more than 200 times as much as an average worker Due to separation of ownership and control of corporations? Tournament theory
Discrimination occurs when pay or job market opportunities are tied to factors other than a workers productivity Discrimination due to prejudice:
Enclave effects and worker and customer prejudice? Statistical discrimination occurs if workers are judged based on the average characteristics of the groups of which they are members
affects women and older workers (especially when there are substantial training costs). Crowding and occupational segregation Statistical discrimination and prejudice may result in occupational segregation and crowding in labor markets in
which there is a large proportion of women or minorities Antidiscrimination law Civil Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin (except when there is a legitimate reason for such policies)
Standards of discrimination Disparate treatment
occurs when a policy intentionally treats individuals differently based on their sex, race, color, religion, or national origin perpetuates past discrimination? Disparate impact based on outcomes of policies, not intention of policies
stricter standard, designed to offset past discrimination Complete unionization in a perfectly competitive market wage S union wage
D Quantity of labor Union and nonunion firms in a perfectly competitive labor market Bilateral monopoly monopsony wage Bilateral monopoly (cont.)
union wage monopsony wage Minimum wage laws
equivalent to effect of union perfectly competitive labor market w/ complete coverage perfectly competitive labor market with incomplete coverage monopsony Superstar effects
Some athletes, musicians, actors, etc. receive wages substantially above the wages of others Due to the high return that these workers provide to their employers A form of economic rent
Multidisciplinary team established. Adopt best practices/Evidence based. Gain buy-in from physicians, nursing staff. OB Rapid Response Team planning and role-out. Formal Education/GNOSIS. Simulations. Debriefs and Process Improvements
SCROLL SAW SAFETY SPECIFIC PURPOSE To cut sharp curves and intricate designs on both the inside and outside edges of a workpiece. SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES The hold down must be adjusted to the thickness of the stock being cut to...
Kinematics in 1-D. Learning Target. I can differentiate between position, distance, displacement, speed, and velocity. What is motion? The mathematical description of motion is called kinematics. The explanation of motion in terms of its causes is called .