ECON 7070 - Labour Economics PG
North Terrace Campus - Winter - 2019
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Course Code ECON 7070 Course Labour Economics PG Coordinating Unit School of Economics Term Winter Level Postgraduate Coursework Location/s North Terrace Campus Units 3 Contact Up to 15 hours per week Available for Study Abroad and Exchange Y Incompatible ECON 3504 Assumed Knowledge ECON 7011 Restrictions Available to GDipAppEc, MAppEc, students only Course Description This course is designed to introduce students to economic models of the labour market, both theoretical and empirical. Illustrations from current policy debates are used. After completing this course, students will be able to describe key features of the labour market, analyse models of the labour market in order to make predictions concerning the impact of public policy recommendations, and evaluate existing data relating to these predictions. Topics include the supply of labour and accumulation of human capital; the demand for labour in competitive and non-competitive markets;
the determination of equilibrium wages; wage discrimination; labour unions; and policies such as minimum wage laws, welfare reform, and trade.
Course Coordinator: Kostas MavromarasProfessor Kostas Mavromaras
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