Course Description

This upper level liberal studies course deals with selected issues in the labour markets. The first part of the course introduces the economic theories of labour supply and demand, as well as the major critiques and alternatives. The course also looks at wage structures, geographic labour mobility, the presence of labour unions, the increasing participation of women, the question of discrimination in labour markets, and the debate over the effects of free trade on employment patterns.


Antirequisite: CECN 605

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