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Panel Data and Structural Labour Market Models
H Bunzel, Bent Christensen, P Jensen, Nicholas M Kiefer, D T Mortensen
Panel Data and Structural Labour Market Models" is the latest volume in a series of four, reporting on the original work of an international group of scholars with research interests in the performance of the labour markets that condition the...
Panel Data and Labour Market Dynamics
H Bunzel, P Jensen, N Westergard-Nielsen
The contributions in this volume, by leading economists from major universities in Europe and USA, cover research at the front line of econometric analysis and labour market applications. The volume includes several papers on equilibrium search mo...
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"[This text does] succeed in educating readers on ideas, concepts, and examples of animal behavior."--American Veterinary Medical Association
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Per Jensen is professor of Ethology at Linkoping University in Sweden since 2002. He obtained his PhD on the behaviour of pigs in 1983 at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, where he stayed as a researcher and professor until he moved to the present position. He has conducted extensive research on the natural behaviour of pigs kept in large, outdoor enclosures. Since 1997, his main research topic is behaviour genetics of domestication, using chickens as study subjects. He is the head of a research group in applied ethology, with about ten people in total. Per Jensen is also heavily involved in teaching of ethology and genetics on all levels, from introductory courses, via advanced level and masters courses to PhD-training. For ten years, he was a member (and chairman) of the Scientific Committee of Animal Welfare of the EU-commission, and he is an editor-in-chief for Applied Animal Behaviour Science. ."
PART A: Basic elements of animal behaviour 1: The study of animal behaviour and its applications 2: Behavioural genetics, evolution and domestication 3: Behaviour and physiology 4: Motivation and the organisation of behaviour 5: Learning and cognition 6: Social and reproductive behaviour 7: Abonormal behaviour, stress and welfare 8: Human-animal relations PART B: Species-specific behaviour of some important domestic animals 9: Behaviour of fowl and other domesticated birds 10: Behaviour of horses 11: Behaviour of cattle 12: Behaviour of sheep and goats 13: Behaviour of pigs 14: Behaviour of dogs 15: Behaviour of cats 16: Behaviour of laboratory mice and rats