Modern Labor Economics: Theory and Public Policy
This sixth revised edition maintains a strong orientation towards child support assurance programs and US public sector training. It uses current empirical research and boxed examples. Includes up-to-date topics such as union effects on employment, productivity and profits.
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Overview of the Labor Market
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Rights at Work: Employment Relations in the Post-Union Era
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