Course Description

This course is designed for third and fourth year students with an interest in theories and applications in the labour markets. Using tools from microeconomic theory and statistics, the course investigates a wide variety of issues including wage and employment determination, individuals' decisions to invest in human capital, discrimination in labour markets, social welfare and immigration policies, union and collective bargaining and the causes of unemployment and unemployment policies.


Prerequisites: (ECN 101 or CECN 104) and (ECN 201 or CECN 204) or Direct Entry;
Antirequisite: CECN 505

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