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Utility Function for Consumption and Leisure

Utility Function for Consumption and Leisure

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Cindy gains utility from consumption and leisure. The most leisure she can consume in a week is 168 hours. Her utility function is C*L, so that her marginal rate of substitution is C/L. Cindy receives $630 a week from her grand mom regardless of how much she works. What is her reservation wage?
Cindy gains utility from consumption and leisure. The most leisure she can consume in a week is 168 hours. Her utility function is C*L, so that her marginal rate of substitution is C/L. Cindy receives $630 a week from her grand mom regardless of how much she works. What is her reservation wage?

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