Labor Economics

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Feb 23, 2009 - Business & Economics - 576 pages
3 Reviews
Labor Economics, 5e is a well-received text that blends coverage of traditional topics with modern theory and developments into a superb Labor Economics book. The Fifth Edition builds on the features and concepts that made the first four editions successful, updating and adding new content to keep the text on the cusp of recent events in the Labor Economics field. The new edition continues to be the most concise book in the market, enabling the instructor to teach all relevant material in a semester-long class. Despite the book's brevity, the instructor will find that all of the key topics in labor economics are efficiently covered in the Fifth Edition. Thanks to updated pedagogy, new end-of-chapter material, and even stronger instructor support, the Fifth Edition of Labor Economics remains one of the most relevant textbooks in the market.

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This book is well written in the sense that it fully explains the imprecise nature of economical models. Labor economics is really messy and complicated. Read full review

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My second minor in college. Economics explains human behavior. That cannot be overstated. This book is essential reading for both policymakers and the learned who wants to learn labor economics ... Read full review

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Contents
1
Chapter 2
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Labor Supply
21
Copyright

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George J. Borjas is the Robert W. Scrivner Professor of Economics and Social Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Jeff Crisp is Head of the Evaluation and Policy Analysis Unit, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

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