Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Will help in the analysis and description of labor markets.
Determination of employment, unemployment, hours of work, wages. Welfare programs and work effort. Wage differentials by schooling, experience, gender, and race. Income inequality, changes in inequality, and differences in inequality. Employment contracts, labor unions, and bargaining. International comparisons.
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Advice for students:
the course uses a lot of algebraic and graphical analysis.