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Goals: To provide students a well-balanced presentation of models of labor economics, applications, policies, and major analytic areas within labor economics. This course will also address labor market issues with race and gender perspectives. Content: Labor market analysis, labor unions and collective bargaining, government and the labor market, theories of labor market discrimination, wage differentials, poverty and income inequalities, and race and gender issues of the labor market. Prerequisites: ECON 1310, ECON 1320, ECON 1330 or PSY 1340 or MATH 1200, and ECON 1340 or MATH 1170 or consent of the instructor.
Reardon, John, "ECON3710-01.Labor Economics.Sp14.Reardon,John" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 336.