Economics of Labor and Employment Law (Economic
Approaches to Law) by
John, III Donohue (Hardcover - Nov 7,
2007). Edward Elgar Publishing (November 7, 2007). Information
Industrial Relations: Critical Perspectives on
Business and Management (Critical Perspectives in Business and Management) by
John Kelly (Hardcover - Nov 9, 2001). Routledge; 1 edition
(November 9, 2001).
This set covers neglected topics such as
feminism, debates about post-modernism and the links between labor movements and politics,
and combines classical text with the latest controversies. Information
Labor Economics by George J. Borjas (Paperback - April 1, 2007). McGraw
Hill Higher Education; 4th edition (April 1, 2007).
The second edition of this well-received text
blends coverage of traditional topics with modern theory and developments into a superb
text by one of our top Labor Economists. Information
Labor Relations and
Collective Bargaining: Cases, Practice, and Law (8th
Michael R. Carrell and Christina Heavrin J.D. (Hardcover
- Jul 27, 2006). Prentice Hall; 8 edition (July 27, 2006).
The eighth edition of this best-selling book
continues to provide readers with a realistic picture of actual collective bargaining and
labor relations situations drawn from the authors' considerable experiences. Information
Labor Relations: Striking a
Balance by John W. Budd (Hardcover - Dec 29, 2006). McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 2
edition (December 29, 2006).
John Budd continues to present the most
dynamic, engaging approach to understanding labor relations in the 21st century with Labor
Relations, 2/e. Budds well-received and award-winning presentation shows labor
relations as a system for striking a balance between employment relationship goals
(efficiency, equity, and voice) and between the rights of labor and management. Information
Modern Labor Economics:
Theory and Public Policy (10th Edition)
(Addison-Wesley Series in Economics) by Ronald G. Ehrenberg
and Robert S. Smith (Hardcover - Mar 2, 2008). Addison Wesley; 10 edition (March 2, 2008).
The best-selling Modern Labor Ecohttp://nomics 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.
Personnel Economics (International
Library of Critical Writings in Economics) by Edward P. Lazear and Robert McNabb (Hardcover - Mar 2004). Edward Elgar Publishing
Over the past twenty years or so there has
been a marked increase in the study of personnel issues by labor economists. These studies
have explored such topics as incentives, compensation methods, human resource strategies
and institutional structures, and have provided an insightful empirical literature rich in
the creative use of new data. Information
Plunkett's Companion to the
Almanac of American Employers 2008: Market Research, Statistics & Trends Pertaining to
America's Hottest Mid-size Employers ... Almanac of American Employers Midsize Firms by
Jack W. Plunkett (Paperback - Mar 17,
2008). Plunkett Research Ltd (March 17, 2008).
Plunkett's Companion to the Almanac of
American Employers is the perfect complement to the highly-regarded main volume of The
Almanac of American Employers. This mid-size firms companion book covers employers of all
types from 100 to 2,500 employees in size (while the main volume covers companies of 2,500
or more employees). Information
Recent Developments in
Labor Economics (International Library of
Critical Writings in Economics) by John T. Addison and
Stephen W. Salant (Hardcover - Sep 30, 2007). Edward Elgar Pub (September 30, 2007).
This comprehensive set of papers charts the
main developments in contemporary labor economics, with an emphasis on issues of
The Economics of Labor Unions
Library of Critical Writings in Economics) by Alison L. Booth (Hardcover - Jul 31, 2002). Edward Elgar
Publishing (July 31, 2002).
This comprehensive collection brings together
an impressive range of papers on the economics of labor unions. Some of these are
classics, and others are less well known included because they cover significant
but under-researched areas, or because they raise interesting questions that as yet remain
The Economics of Unemployment
International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series) by P. N. Junankar (Hardcover - Jan 2001). Edward Elgar Publishing
This comprehensive four volume collection of
previously published papers sets out to examine the most important issues in the study of
unemployment-its causes, consequences and policies designed to tackle the problem. Information
The General Theory of
Employment, Interest and Money by John Maynard Keynes and Paul Krugman (Paperback - Nov 27, 2007). Palgrave Macmillan;
New Ed edition (November 27, 2007).
1936 Keynes published the most provocative book written by any economist of his
generation. Arguments about the book continued until his death in 1946 and still continue
today. This new edition, published 70 years after the original, features a new
introduction by Paul Krugman which discusses the significance and continued relevance of The
General Theory. Information
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