Labor Economics

Course Prefix: 
EC
Course Number: 
480
Course Credits: 
3

A study of the workings and outcomes of the market for labor: the factors determining the demand for labor, and the labor supply decisions of workers; issues relating to the structure of wages and compensation; the incentives for and effects of educational and training investments; the effects of unions on wages, productivity, etc; the employment and wage effects of such social policies as minimum wage, OSHA, and antidiscrimination laws; the problems of unemployment and the impact of wages on inflation. Prerequisite: EC 201-202 or permission of instructor.

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Sunday September 25, 8:00pm
Regina Chapel
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