Fundamentals of Labor Economics (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
544
Utgivningsdatum
2004-06-01
Upplaga
illustrated ed
Förlag
Houghton Mifflin
Medarbetare
Johnes, Geraint / Hyclak, Thomas
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
228 x 190 x 25 mm
Vikt
1043 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780395923627
Fundamentals of Labor Economics (inbunden)

Fundamentals of Labor Economics

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This text covers the essential aspects of modern labor economics from an international perspective, providing students with a comprehensive survey of economic theory and empirical evidence on purely competitive labor markets. In addition, the authors examine the impact of imperfect competition, incomplete information and uncertainty, and institutional factors--stemming from laws, unions, and human resource policies--on wages and employment opportunities.
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Note: Each chapter concludes with a Summay, Key Terms, and Problems.
1. The Study of Labor Economics
The Scope of Labor Economics
The Method of Labor Economics
The Plan of This Book
Appendix: Regression Analysis
2. The Demand for Labor
The Production Function
The Marginal Product of Labor
The Short-Run Demand for Labor
The Demand for Labor in the Long-Run
Appendix: Technological Change and Labor Demand
3. Topics in Labor Demand
Elasticities
How Elastic Is the Demand for Labor?
Extensions and Embellishments of Marginal Productivity Theory
Appendix: A Test of the Marginal Productivity Theory: A Cobb-Douglas Exercise
4. The Supply of Labor: Labor Force Participation
International Labor Force Participation
The Theory of Labor Force Participation for an Individual
The Theory of Labor Force Participation for Groups
Applications of the Theory
5. The Supply of Labor: Hours of Work
The History of Working Hours
Worker Preferences and Hours Worked
The Theory of Hours of Work for an Individual
Applications of the Theory
Variations on the Wage Line
Welfare Programs and Labor Supply
Some Extensions of the Individual Model
Empirical Evidence on Labor Supply Elasticities
6. Human Capital Analysis
Some Background
Education and Age-Earnings Profiles
Calculating the Returns to Education
The Evidence
Bias in Rate of Return Estimates
General Versus Specific Human Capital
Externalities, Equity, and Subsidies
Human Capital and Mobility
7. Labor Market Equilibrium
Equilibrium in a Single Labor Market
Equilibrium across Different Labor Markets
Empirical Studies of Wage Differentials
International Trade and Relative Wages
8. Information and Job Search
The Fixed Sample Search Model
The Sequential Search Model
Matching Models
Equilibrium Search Models
The Duration of Unemployment and the Hazard Function
Labor Mobility
Job Search Methods and Results
9. Monopsony and Minimum Wages
Wage and Employment Determination under Conditions of Monopsony
Where Does Monopsony Exist?
Minimum Wages
Empirical Evidence on the Employment Effect of Minimum Wages
Other Effects of the Minimum Wage
10. Internal Labor Markets
The Characteristics of ILMs
The Evolution of ILMs in the United States
ILMs and Firm Efficiency
Implications of ILMs for Labor Analysis
11. Personnel Economics
Motivating Worker Effort
Work-Life Incentive Schemes
Other Wage Policy Models
12. Unions and Collective Bargaining
A Profile of Unionism in the United States
Unionism in Other Countries
Theories of Union Growth
Union Goals and Objectives
Union Monopoly Models
Union Bargaining Power and Strikes
The Effects of Unions
13. Labor Market Discrimination
The Many Faces of Labor Market Discrimination
Gender and Racial Differences in Labor Markets
Theories of Labor Market Discrimination
Measuring the Effect of Discrimination on Pay Gaps
What Does the Research Show?
Anti-Discrimination Policies
The Effects of Anti-Discrimination Policies
14. Unemployment
Measures of Unemployment
The Natural Rate of Unemployment
Fluctuations aroun...