This course should provide you with a set of ideas and tools that you can use in your research, whatever you study: labor, I/O, macro, applied micro, development, family economics.
Understanding the sources of wage dispersion across workers, wage dynamics across dates and wage profiles over a worker’s life cycle. More generally, understanding price (wage) formation in markets that are affected by trading frictions.
- Fabien Postel-Vinay (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You must have permission from the Department of Economics to take this module, but it is suitable for all graduate students.
Assessment and Teaching
You'll take 10 lectures and 5 tutorials in Term 2 for this course. During May/June you will be required to sit a two-hour closed book examination.
You can find more details about this course on Moodle at this link.