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Unformatted text preview: LABOR ECONOMICS ECON 302 Section H6 Summer 2011 Instructor: Ebru Isgin Office: 75 Hamilton Street, New Jersey Hall 406, College Ave. Campus E-mail: email@example.com Meeting Time and Location: MW 6:00-9:40pm in Scott Hall 101, College Ave. Campus Office Hours: MW 4:30-5:30pm or by appointment Course Website: https://sakai.rutgers.edu You will be responsible for every announcement posted on Sakai. Please make sure you receive Sakai notifications and check the website on a regular basis. Prerequisites: Intermediate Microeconomics (Econ 320 or Econ 203) and Econometrics (Econ 322) Textbook: Labor Economics, George Borjas, 5th Edition. Earlier editions are acceptable too. Important Notice: The final is scheduled for August 17 and will not be given at any other time. Please make your plans accordingly. Learning Outcomes: This course is an upper-level economics elective. The course covers topics re- lated to the study of labor markets. Theories of labor supply, labor demand and wage determination are analyzed in competitive and non-competitive...
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