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Labour Economics

Labour economics, broadly defined, is the study of the interaction of individuals, firms, institutions and the public sector in determining employment and wages. This course will cover the theoretical and empirical issues relating to labour economics, with a strong applied focus where we will discuss research designs to empirically measure theoretical predictions as well as evaluate policy interventions.

Prerequisites: ECO 2102 (Microeconomic Theory II), ECO 2201 (Macroeconomics I), ECO 2400 (Econometrics)

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