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The Demand for Labour

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Abstract

Neoclassical economics offers by far the most ambitious and fully-developed account of the demand for labour. Other schools make serious criticisms of orthodox analysis but — with the partial exception of institutionalism and post-Keynesian theory — very little by way of positive replacement. For this reason the bulk of the present chapter is devoted to neoclassical theory.

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© J. E. King 1990

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