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Why is frictional unemployment inevitable How might the government reduce the amount of

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Problem Questions for Review 28.3

Why is frictional unemployment inevitable? How might the government reduce the amount of frictional unemployment?

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Chapter 3 Ethics- Values and morals a person believes in that influences actions and speech. Usually guides people to do the “right” thing. Three ways to be assessed  Pre-conventional- guided by self-image.  Conventional- guided by what society expects.  Post conventional guided by our own values, will do something illegal if it goes against what the person believes. Ethical Dilemma- When you want to help someone but helping them goes against your values and principles. Ethics V.S Law:  Laws can be ethical or unethical  Neither are fixed values/principals Examples: Legal but unethical- CEO of Worldcom, Bernie Ebbers, appoints close personal friends to the Board of

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Textbook: Principles of Economics
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Author: N. Gregory Mankiw
ISBN: 9780538453059

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