Which of the following help explain why firms pay bonuses to workers during particularly profitable years to prevent workers from becoming disgruntled ?

Which of the following help explain why firms pay bonuses to workers during particularly profitable years to prevent workers from becoming disgruntled ?

A. people are rational maximizers
B. People are reluctant to change their minds
C. People are inconsistent over time
D. People care about fairness

Which of the following is not true about how people make decisions ?

Which of the following is not true about how people make decisions ?

A. people give too much weight to a small number of vivid observations
B. People are sometimes too sure of their own abilities
C. All of these answers are actually true statements about how people make decisions.
D. People are always rational maximizers
E. People are reluctant to change their minds in the face of new information

Suppose that 40 percent of the voting population wish to spent Rs1,000 for artwork in City Hall, 25 percent wish to spent Rs20,000 and 35 percent wish to spend Rs 22,000 What is the median preferred outcome, the average preferred outcome and the modal preferred outcome ?

Suppose that 40 percent of the voting population wish to spent Rs1,000 for artwork in City Hall, 25 percent wish to spent Rs20,000 and 35 percent wish to spend Rs 22,000 What is the median preferred outcome, the average preferred outcome and the modal preferred outcome ?

A. Rs20,000; Rs20,000; Rs22,000
B. Rs1,000; Rs14,333; Rs1,000
C. Rs20,000; Rs13,100; Rs1,000
D. Rs1,000; Rs20,000; Rs22,000

Which of the following best demonstrates the problem of moral hazard ?

Which of the following best demonstrates the problem of moral hazard ?

A. Josephine doesn’t buy health insurance because it is too expensive, and she is healthy
B. A life insurance company forces Enzo to have a medical examination prior to selling him insurance
C. Enzo drives more recklessly after he buys car insurance
D. Fatima chooses to attend a well-respected college

Which of the following must be true about a signal that is used to reveal private information in order for the signal to be effective ?

Which of the following must be true about a signal that is used to reveal private information in order for the signal to be effective ?

A. It must be “as seen on TV”
B. It must be free to the signaling party
C. It must be costly to the signaling party but less costly to the party with higher-quality product
D. It must be applied to an inexpensive product

Jamil’s friend dies of a sudden heart attack. Jamil rushes to his doctor for an expensive physical examination. This response demonstrates that ?

Jamil’s friend dies of a sudden heart attack. Jamil rushes to his doctor for an expensive physical examination. This response demonstrates that ?

A. People give too much weight to a small number of vivid observations
B. People easily change their minds when confronted with new information
C. People enjoy going to the doctor
D. People tend to plan ahead and follow through on their plans

Which of the following is true under pairwise majority rule if people vote for the outcome closest to their most preferred outcome ?

Which of the following is true under pairwise majority rule if people vote for the outcome closest to their most preferred outcome ?

A. The average preferred outcome wins
B. There is no clear winner due to Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem.
C. The outcome preferred by the median voter wins
D. The outcome preferred by the greatest number of voters wins.