Labour Economics

  • Authors
  • J. E. King
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. J. E. King
    Pages 12-44
  3. J. E. King
    Pages 45-72
  4. J. E. King
    Pages 86-107
  5. J. E. King
    Pages 108-128
  6. J. E. King
    Pages 129-153
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    Pages 154-171
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    Pages 172-194
  9. J. E. King
    Pages 195-217
  10. J. E. King
    Pages 218-234
  11. J. E. King
    Pages 235-237
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 238-275

About this book

Introduction

A comprehensive discussion of alternative theories of the labour market - Neoclassical, Post-Keynesian, Radical-Marxian, Institutionalist and Green, and their application to wages, employment and income distribution. The book concludes by supporting theoretical pluralism in labour economics.

Keywords

employment income distribution labor market labour market unemployment unions

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