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Contemporary Labor Economics 10e presents labor economics as an applied field of micro and macro theory, no longer an area tangential to the core of analytical economics, but rather a critical component of that core. In the Tenth edition, the authors deliver new and updated discussions of public policy issues and coverage of the current economic crisis, while still integrating traditional topics such as labor law, structure of unions, and collective bargaining.
Chapter 1: Labor Economics: Introduction and OverviewChapter 2: The Theory of Individual Labor SupplyChapter 3: Population, Participation Rates, and Hours of WorkChapter 4: Labor Quality: Investing in Human CapitalChapter 5: The Demand for LaborChapter 6: Wage Determination and the Allocation of LaborChapter 7: Alternative Pay Schemes and Labor EfficiencyChapter 8: The Wage StructureChapter 9: Mobility, Migration, and EfficiencyChapter 10: Labor Unions and Collective BargainingChapter 11: The Economic Impact of UnionsChapter 12: Government and the Labor Market: Employment, Expenditures, and TaxationChapter 13: Government and the Labor Market: Legislation and RegulationChapter 14: Labor Market DiscriminationChapter 15: Job Search: External and InternalChapter 16: The Distribution of Personal EarningsChapter 17: Labor Productivity: Wages, Prices, and EmploymentChapter 18: Employment and UnemploymentGlossaryIndex