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35th anniversary retrospective.


35th anniversary retrospective.

Ed. by Soloman W. Polacheck and Konstantinos Tatsiramos.

Emerald Group Publishing


842 pages



Research in labor economics; v.35


This immense volume of over twenty essays contains influential essays on labor relations, wages, worker-satisfaction, the effects of unemployment insurance on the labor supply, the effect of uncertainty on the labor supply, schooling and the effects of education on the labor-supply, job mobility among younger men, and more. Each contains a prefatory essay with updates. Many of the essays are quantitative, technical and require some facility with statistics. The contributors are mostly professors of economics, business, and labor relations from the United States and Europe. All have all formerly contributed to the Research in Labor Economics series. This collection does not have an index. Distributed in North American by Turpin Distribution.

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Date:Feb 1, 2013
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