It has been said, “The fact that quit rates in Japan are lower than in the United States suggests that Japanese workers are inherently more loyal to their employers than are American workers.” Evaluate this assertion that where quit rates are lower, workers have stronger preferences for loyalty.
Two oil-rich Middle East countries compete with each other for the services of immigrants from India and Pakistan who perform menial jobs that local workers are unwilling to perform. Country A does not allow women to work, drive, or go out of the house without a chaperone. Country B has no such restrictions. Wouldyou expect the wages that these two countries pay for otherwise comparable male immigrants to be roughly equal? Explain your answer.