ECO-105 Labor Economics

This course is an analysis of the United States labor market. The course examines labor market theory; the imperfections, structures, institutions, and programs that are part of the labor market today; and trends and innovations related to market performance and its matching of people with jobs. Topics discussed include employment, unemployment, government policy, labor and management interaction, and the relationship of the labor market to the performance of the larger economy. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Syllabus for this course.