Labour Economics presents a comprehensive study of labour market issues. Each chapter can be read as a self-standing summary of a particular subject or cumulatively in its overall labour economics context. Boxed summaries and revision questions conclude each chapter. The range of issues include: * labour supply and demand * productivity * human capital * labour market discrimination * trade unions and labour markets * unemployment and related issues - job search; vacancy analysis As a comprehensive yet accessible text on the subject, Labour Economics is essential reading for all economics students.
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