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The wage theory that states that differences in wage rates are determined by collective bargaining is the a. traditional theory of wage determination. b. theory of equilibrium wage rate. c. theory of
negotiated wages. d. signaling theory.
The wage theory that states that differences in wage rates are determined by collective bargaining is the b. theory of equilibrium wage rate.
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