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Labor Economics (ECON 431-531)

This is the reading list for this course, linking to works indexed on RePEc. This reading list is managed by Joseph Marchand. You can also create your own reading list here. This page is updated weekly.
This course is taught at University of Alberta, Department of Economics.
This is a master list of the research papers that I reference in my blended undergraduate and graduate labor economics course. It begins with references included in the McLaughlin textbook.

Relevant JEL codes for this reading list are:

Introduction to Labor Economics (Chapter 1)

References of McLaughlin

Labor Markets (Chapter 2)

References of McLaughlin References Covered in Class Other Notable References

Labor Supply (Chapter 3)

References of McLaughlin

Labor Demand (Chapter 4)

References of McLaughlin

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