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The provider is assumed to maximize profits. Determine the providerâ??s equilibrium wage and how many nursing units it will hire. The provider is a monopsonist, which means it is the sole purchaser of labor in the market. Clinic visit $2 revenue/visit
labor supply function
wage/hr. Quantity of nurses Total clinic Visits
2 1 5
4 2 9
6 3 12
8 4 14
10 5 15
12 6

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The provider is assumed to maximize profits. Determine the providerâ??s equilibrium wage and how many nursing units it will hire. The provider is a monopsonist, which means it is the sole purchaser of labor in the market.

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