ECON 8503: Wages and Employment

2 Credits

Economic analysis of labor markets and their operation under conditions of individual/collective bargaining. Implications of labor market operations for resource allocation, wage/price stability, income/employment growth. Wage structures and wage levels. Wage/employment theories/practices. Economic impacts of unions. Seven-week course. prereq: 8502 or instr consent

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A- Average (3.733)Most Common: A (40%)

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    Effort
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    Understanding
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    Interesting
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