Spring 2007 not offered
This course will examine topics in labor, organizational, and behavioral economics with particular focus on labor-related business problems using economic theory. Representative topics include: individual decision-making, negotiations, unions, incentives, compensation, organizational learning and economic based views in organizational theory. We will use simulations and role-playing to explore some of these topics.
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Articles, excerpts from texts, and class notes will be available electronically via course web page.
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Grades will be based on class participation, homework assignments, short in-class quizzes and a short term paper.
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