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by Zafiris Tzannatos,David Sapsford
David Sapsford, Zafiris Tzannatos. Throughout the book careful emphasis is placed on the balance between theoretical and empirical aspects of the subject and in many places comparative evidence from a range of countries is discussed.
David Sapsford, Zafiris Tzannatos. Labour Demand: Some Extensions. David Sapsford, Zafiris Tzannatos. Wage and Employment Determination. The Distribution of Pay. Discrimination in the Labour Market.
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Series: Palgrave Texts in Econometrics.
it presents both basic concepts and more advanced topics in a synthetic but clear and rigorous manner, and this approach makes it an useful reference for applied (spatial). Series: Palgrave Texts in Econometrics.
David Sapsford Zafiris Tzannatos20 de julio de 1993. Macmillan International Higher Education.
Personal Name: Sapsford, David.
This book considers feminist concerns across the whole domain of economics. It includes contributions from leading feminist economists from the US, Europe and the developing world . This chapter deals with two developments in the study of labour supply: the so-called theory of allocation of time and the ‘second-generation’ labour supply models.
by David Sapsford, Zafiris Tzannatos. ISBN 9780312096717 (978-0-312-09671-7) Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'Economics of the Labour Market'. Unions and Collective Bargaining: Economic Effects in a Global Environment (Directions in Development). by Toke Aidt, Zafiris Tzannatos. ISBN 9780821350805 (978-0-8213-5080-5) Softcover, World Bank Publications, 2002.
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