ECON 3346 Labor Economics

A study of labor markets: labor supply and demand, employment contracting and personnel economics, labor unions, investments in education and training, discrimination, and patterns of inequality. Also covered are applications of economic theory to important public policy issues such as minimum wage laws, unions, and unemployment.




ECON 2331, ECON 2332

Either Corequisite or Prerequisite

Sophomore Classification Required

Session Cycle Description

Spring Session