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ECON-471 Unemployment, Search and Matching
Fall for 2010-2011
Faculty:
  • Albrecht, James
  • Matching frictions are important in many markets. In the labor market, workers search for suitable jobs and firms try to hire suitable workers. Some workers can't find a job while at the same time some vacancies remain unfilled. In this course, we will analyze markets with matching frictions with a particular emphasis on understanding unemployment.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Intermediate Micro (Econ 101 or 103)
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