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ECON 431: Labor Economics

The structures and operations of human resource markets are analyzed, including pricing and allocation of labor resources, wage differentials, income distribution, discrimination, and unemployment. (Formerly Human Resources Economics.)
3 credit hours

  • ECON 214
  • ECON 215
  • MATH 177

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