2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

ECON 52354 Labor Economics

A study of economic theory and evidence related to labor supply and demand; the wage structure within the economy; labor's share of national income; unemployment, human resource development, poverty and labor market discrimination; the economic effects of unions; and other issues related to the employment of human resources and labor-management relations. Prerequisites: ECON 52150 and ECON 52151. (F, SS)