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October 22, 2022

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This is a graduate course in labor economics

The course will focus on covering theory and evidence on inequality, wage structure, skill demands, employment, job loss, and early-life determinants of long-run outcomes. Particular areas of focus are: (1) wage determination, including the Roy model, equalizing wage differentials, and models of discrimination; (2) the roles played by supply, demand, institutions, technology and trade in the evolving distribution of income.

Course Curriculum

    • Wage Density Decompositions Unlimited
    • Job Loss and Job Search at the Micro and Macro Level Unlimited
    • Educational Production and Wage Structure Unlimited
    • Market Structure, Organizational Structure and Wage Structure Unlimited
    • Ricardian Models of Trade Unlimited
    • Institutions, Norms, Collective Bargaining and Worker Productivity Unlimited
    • Self-selection: The Roy Model Unlimited
    • Equalizing Wage Differentials: Theory and Empirics Unlimited
    • Female Labor Force Participation Unlimited
    • Scientific Workforce Unlimited
    • Discrimination: Theory Unlimited
    • Discrimination: Empirics Unlimited
    • Discrimination and Learning Unlimited
    • Firm-level Determinants of Wages and Productivity: Rent-sharing Unlimited
    • Firm-level Determinants of Wages and Productivity: Management Practices Unlimited
    • Intergenerational Mobility: Theory, Measurement, and Empirics Unlimited
    • Early Life Determinants of Long-Run Outcomes Unlimited

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