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Labor Economics

Labor Economics

7th Edition
By George Borjas
ISBN10: 007802188X
ISBN13: 9780078021886
Copyright: 2016

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Labor Economics

Chapter 2: Labor Supply

Chapter 3: Labor Demand

Chapter 4: Labor Market Equilibrium

Chapter 5: Compensating Wage Differentials

Chapter 6: Human Capital

Chapter 7: The Wage Structure

Chapter 8: Labor Mobility

Chapter 9: Labor Market Discrimination

Chapter 10: Labor Unions

Chapter 11: Incentive Pay

Chapter 12: Unemployment