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ECO342 Labor and Human Resource Economics

[3–0, 3 cr.]

This course introduces students to the economic analysis of labor markets and theories of human resources economics. The course includes topics in labor demand and supply, human capital accumulation, wage determination, inequality in earnings, unions and collective bargaining, training and human-resource development, productivity and pay, and labor discriminations.

Prerequisites: ECO201 Microeconomics and ECO202 Macroeconomics