Labor Economics II

NON FAS ECON STUDENTS MUST RECEIVE PHD DGS APPROVAL PRIOR TO REGISTRATION

Focuses on household decision making in both static and dynamic contexts. Develops models of family decision making using both neoclassical and bargaining theories. Examines the differences in the empirical implications of the two types of models. Considers labor supply issues and the economics of the marriage market, fertility, welfare programs, econometric issues, and endogenous sample selection.

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Spring 2019

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Michael John Gilraine
R: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 19W4 736