Readings in Australian Labour Economics
John Edward King
Macmillan, 1992 - Labor economics - 363 pages
This book has an international flavour, introducing alternative theoretical approaches in labour economics and concentrating on the neoclassical, institutionalist and radical-Marxian schools. The readings in the remaining three parts are Australian.
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