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Labour Market Economics 8Th Canadian Edition By Dwayne Benjamin – Test Bank

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Labour Market Economics 8Th Canadian Edition By Dwayne Benjamin – Test Bank

Chapter 11
The Economics of Immigration

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The two primary “levers” that immigration policymakers can manipulate are:
A. the number of immigrants that are admitted and the conditions they have to meet for admissibility.
B. the fees that are charged to applicants and the number of immigrants that are admitted.
C. the fees that are charged to applicants and the conditions they have to meet for eligibility.
D. the number of immigrants that are admitted and the number of applications that are evaluated.
E. the number of individuals file applications and the conditions they have to meet for admissibility

Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 11-02 Describe Canada’s immigrant point system, and the role it plays in determining the admission of immigrants to Canada.
Topic: 11-02 The Policy Environment

2. All of the following are motivations for immigration, except:
A. humanitarian concerns relating to the applicant.
B. admission of specific labour market skills that immigrants might have.
C. family reunification.
D. population growth
E. attracting international investors

Blooms: Understand
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 11-02 Describe Canada’s immigrant point system, and the role it plays in determining the admission of immigrants to Canada.
Topic: 11-02 The Policy Environment

3. Assessed classes of immigrants are those who are:
A. evaluated on the basis of their likely contribution and success in the labour market.
B. given a grant in order to start a new life in Canada.
C. evaluated on the basis of their net worth prior to being admitted into Canada.
D. evaluated on the gravity of their human rights situation.
E. evaluated on the basis of their financial background.

Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 11-02 Describe Canada’s immigrant point system, and the role it plays in determining the admission of immigrants to Canada.
Topic: 11-02 The Policy Environment

4. The point system is one in which points are awarded for:
A. the salary range that the person was earning before he/she came to Canada.
B. the number of children in the family of the applicant.
C. a set of skills and attributes that the individual has.
D. the type of immigrant class under which his/her application falls.
E. the humanitarian concerns related to the applicant.

Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 11-02 Describe Canada’s immigrant point system, and the role it plays in determining the admission of immigrants to Canada.
Topic: 11-02 The Policy Environment

5. The increase in labour supply that accompanies immigrant inflows may have no adverse effect on wages because of all of the following, except that:
A. The supply of lower-skilled labour may become more abundant.
B. Immigration typically causes an increase in labour demand as immigrants purchase goods and services.
C. Immigration activity improves ties with the source country, which can increase demand in the labour market.
D. Importing labour in the form of immigration can serve as a substitute for importing goods produced in their source country.
E. Immigrants may relieve the labour market shortage without any adverse effect on wages or unemployment.

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