ECON 481 Economics of Wage Determination

Usually offered

Fall

Level

Undergraduate

Prerequisite(s)

A major in Economics (ECONBA) or Business Economics (BNECBSBA); ECON/AREC 339 or ECON/MGMT 276 and either ECON 300 or ECON 361

Applications of economic theory and empirical methods to labor supply and demand, investment in human capital, minimum wages, union effects on relative wages, and labor market discrimination.

Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.

Details

Grading

ABCDE

Units

3