The best-selling Modern Labor Economics provides a clear, comprehensive introduction to labor market behavior. In addition to presenting core theory, Ehrenberg and Smith provide empirical evidence for or against each hypothesis, explore the usefulness of various theories for public policy analysis, and include detailed policy examples in each chapter. The Tenth Edition incorporates critical developments in the field of labor economics, with new discussions of behavioral economics and immigration as well as a new chapter on international trade and globalization. Review questions appear at the end of each chapter, and problem sets have been expanded to give students ample practice opportunities.
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