Aggregate and Particular Labour Supply Curves
Natural population movements;
Distribution of the working population by working age;
Internal and international migration;
Productivity of the working population;
Distribution of the population by skills, industries, and labour markets;
Mobility of labour;
Labour policies pursued by the workers or imposed by the government;
Duration and intensity of work; (9 Disutility of work; (10 Remuneration for work.
KeywordsGeneral Variable Labour Supply Marginal Utility Hourly Wage Wage Increase
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- In part, this has been stated by A. C. Pigou, ‘Some Considerations on Stability Conditions, Employment and Real Wage Rates’, Economic Journal (1945), pp. 346–356, and Employment and Equilibrium (1941).Google Scholar