Economics Class Schedule

ECON 180 - 01 Labor Economics

2017 Fall Quarter

Class Details
Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Student Option
Class Number
21521
Type
Lecture
Credits
5 units
General Education
Available Seats
3
Enrollment Capacity
35
Enrolled
32

Description
A study of the changing nature and composition of the U.S. labor force. Topics include the demand for and supply of labor; wage determination; the role and impact of unions in the labor market; racial, ethnic, and gender differences in job and income opportunities and the role of discrimination in explaining these differences; and the theory of human capital, all considered from the traditional neoclassical as well as institutional and radical perspectives.

Enrollment Requirements
Prerequisite(s): course 100A or 100M. Course 113 is strongly recommended as preparation.

Meeting Information
Days & Times
Room
Instructor
Meeting Dates
TuTh 09:50AM - 11:25AM
PhysSciences 136
09/28/2017 - 12/08/2017