|NOUN || labour economics | - |
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- During 1985-86 Knight was an Academic Visitor at the Centre for Labour Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, and he served for 11 years, until 1997, on the editorial board of the IMF "Staff Papers".
- Shi's research focuses on topics in macroeconomics and labour economics. He is co-editor of the economics journal Annals of Economics and Finance.
- His research is primarily focused on labour economics and population economics and is widely published.
- She graduated from the Plekhanov Institute of the National Economy with a specialization in labour economics in 1987.
- Helene Davis-Whyte holds an associate degree in business studies and professional certificates in trade union studies and labour economics.
- He has performed research on education policy, labour economics and econometrics.
- These two testable predictions of tournament theory have been supported by empirical research over the years, especially in the fields of labour economics and sports.
- "Labour/Le Travail" is an academic journal which publishes articles on the labour movement in Canada, sociology, labour economics, and employment relations.
- Latterly he turned to understanding labour economics and inequalities in South Africa's extractives sector, based on some earlier work on the British coal industry, which was in decline.
- It offers one undergraduate major in Economics (BA Economics), many specialization courses (in Management, International Relations and Diplomacy, Labour Economics and Banking), and two Masters programs (Development Economics and Economic Theory) and one Ph.D.
- (born 25 April 1944) is a British economist and former warden of Nuffield College, Oxford, noted for his work in labour economics with Richard Layard and Richard Jackman.
- Lipietz is a prolific academic author with most of his work spanning regional development and regulation theory, labour economics, and green politics.
- He was awarded half of the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences "for his empirical contributions to labour economics", with Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens jointly awarded the other half.
- Labour economics, or labor economics, seeks to understand the functioning and dynamics of the markets for wage labour.
- Giri played an important role in founding the Indian Society of Labour Economics (ISLE).
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