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LABOUR ECONOMICS
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: United Kingdom - England - London School of Economics - 'London School of Economics'
UC Course SubjectEconomics
Number & Suffix: 110 Y
Full UC Title: LABOUR ECONOMICS 
Transcript Title: LABOR ECONOMICS 
UC QTR Units - Division: 12.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course explores the economic analysis of behavior and institutions in the labor market. Students primarily apply microeconomic models to labor market phenomena such as labor supply and participation, labor demand by firms, and wage determination under different institutional settings. Students learn how to distinguish alternative theories empirically using real world data. The course explores how models and empirical analysis can be applied to evaluate labor market policies such as the minimum wage, welfare programs, and immigration restrictions. Students examine labor market inequality and the role of technological change, and they are taught to think independently about labor market issues, drawing on the models and tools developed during the course. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: LABOUR ECONOMICS 
Partner University Department: Economics 
Partner University Course Number: EC317