Ehrenberg, Ronald G. Modern labor economics : theory and public . 3. Personnel management. I. Smith, Robert Stewart.
Ehrenberg, Ronald G. Modern labor economics : theory and public policy, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Robert S. Smith. Eleventh ed. p. cm. Includes index. Our text develops the modern theory of labor market behavior, summarizes empirical evidence that supports or contradicts each hypothesis, and illustrates in detail the usefulness of the theory for public pol-icy analysis.
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Ehrenberg received a BA in mathematics from Harpur College (SUNY Binghamton) in 1966 and a PhD in economics from Northwestern University in 1970.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Modern Labor Economics: Theory and Public. Former Library book Ehrenberg, Ronald . Published by Addison-Wesley. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publication Date: 1999 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Used: Good. 1. Modern Labor Economics: Theory and Public Policy (Rehab/Education Technology Resourcebook Series). Published by Pearson (1999). Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Ehrenberg, Ronald . ISBN 10: 0321050525 ISBN 13: 9780321050526.
It offers a thorough overview of the modern theory of labor market behavior, and reveals how this theory is used to analyze public policy
It offers a thorough overview of the modern theory of labor market behavior, and reveals how this theory is used to analyze public policy. Designed for students who may not have extensive backgrounds in economics, the text balances theoretical coverage with examples of practical applications that allow students to see concepts in action.
7. 1 A Labor Supply Model That Incorporates Household Production The Basic Model for an Individual: Similarities with the Labor-Leisure Model Ø Household production time replaces leisure time.