Average Rating (from 1 Student)
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
it gives students an up to date knowledge of labour economics and, for those who wish to undertake graduate research in the area, to encourage the development of independent research interests.
labor supply and labor demand, income distribution, labor market contracts and work incentives, human capital, labor market discrimination, job training and unemployment.
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Applies a great deal of calculus and algebra.