ECS2604 Labour Economics – Semester 1


ECS2604 Labour Economics

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ECS2604 Labour Economics provides insight into the economic analysis of labour and the labour market with regard to the supply of and demand for labour education and training of the labour force; unemployment, vacancies and the migration of labour; trade unionism and collective bargaining, and discrimination in the labour market, and to apply this knowledge to the South African labour market.

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    • IMPROVE YOUR MARKS by comparing and discussing MCQ assignments (cheat free!!)
    • IMPROVE YOUR UNDERSTANDING by discussing your course on our Discussion Forums
    • BE READY FOR EXAMS by doing group revision of past papers
    • GET AND KEEP A NEW JOB with advice from our Professional Development Network
    • ACCESS GREAT FREE STUDY RESOURCES such as student notes, past papers and more.

This module is all about ECS2604-ECS204D Labour Economics. We can help you pass now!

Prescribed book for ECS2604-ECS204D Labour Economics

Author Barker, F
Title The South African Labour Market: Theory and practice.
Year Published 2007
Edition 5th
Publisher Van Schaik

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