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35th Anniversary Retrospective (Research in Labor Economics) by K Tatsiramos,S W Polachek,Konstantinos Tatsiramos,Solomon W.

By K Tatsiramos,S W Polachek,Konstantinos Tatsiramos,Solomon W. Polachek

considering the fact that its inception RLE has released over 350 articles encompassing a variety of topics and spanning an array of work economics subject matters. Authors have ranged from younger students with a lot capability to mature leaders within the box, together with Nobel Prize and John Bates Clark award winners. through the years RLE has persisted to give vital new study in hard work economics. It covers subject matters comparable to hard work offer, paintings attempt, education, on-the-job education, gains distribution, discrimination, migration, and the consequences of presidency regulations on employee future health. It goals to use financial conception and econometrics to investigate very important policy-related questions, frequently with a world concentration. To commemorate RLE’s thirty fifth anniversary, this retrospective version includes 20 of the main influential RLE articles besides new introductory prefatory updates written via the unique authors. those new prefaces emphasize fresh advancements that every article may have encouraged and likewise talk about final unanswered questions.

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