Labour Economics

The aim of the course is to introduce the students to modern labour economics. It presents the notions of labour, labour power and employment; labour force, labour market and industrial relations and examines the main economic theories that explain the functioning of labour markets (neoclassical, Keynesian, institutionalists-radicals) and the determinants of its basic features (participation, employment, wages, working time, unemployment) and discrimination against particular groups of the labour force.

Secretariat code
510101
Category
Non-obligatory
Credits
3
ERASMUS
Not available