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Title: How does your VMP change if the employer is a monopolist producer of its output but a price-taker in the labor market?

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Problem: 2 How does your VMP change if the employer is a monopolist producer of its output but a price-taker in the labor market?

 

 Problem: 19 Most restaurant customer tip according to a percentage rule-between 15 and 25 percent of the bill. Diners who have dinner and a $20 bottle of wine usually pay the same percentage of the bottle price as diners who order a $100 bottle. Why, when the same efforts must be made to uncork and pour both bottles?


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