Labour Economics II
|Unit(s): 3.0||Level(s): Graduate||Term(s): Winter, Fall||Offered?: No|
This course surveys state-of-the-art research in labour economics. Recently covered topics include asymmetric information models of strikes; estimation of duration models; recent trends in wage structure, firm size, unionization, and self employment; the impact of international competition and technological change on labour markets; and modeling dynamic family labour supply decisions.
Professor | Chair of the Department of Economics