The 13 volumes in this set, originally published between 1920 and 1991, draw together research by leading academics in the area of labour economics and provides a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine housing and labour markets, labour supply, and labour migration. This set will be of particular interest to students of Economics and Business Studies.
Table of Contents
1. Housing and Labour Markets: Building the Connections Edited by John Allen and Chris Hamnett (1991) 2. The Human Motor: Or the Scientific Foundations of Labour and Industry Jules Amar (1920) 3. International Labour Statistics: A Handbook, Guide, and Recent Trends Edited by Ron Bean (1989) 4. Work, Welfare and Taxation: A Study of Labour Supply Incentives in the UK Edited by Michael Beenstock (1987) 5. Taxation and Labour Supply Edited by C. V. Brown (1981) 6. Flexibility, Mobility and the Labour Market George S. Callaghan (1997) 7. Adverse Selection in the Labor Market Bruce C. N. Greenwald (1979) 8. Labour Problems of Technological Change Laurence Colvin Hunter, David Boddy and Graham Livingstone Reid (1970) 9. Recent Advances in Labour Economics Edited by Gillian Hutchinson and John Treble (1984) 10. Labour Migration: The Internal Geographical Mobility of Labour in the Developed World Edited by James H. Johnson and John Salt (1990) 11. Developments in Labour Market Analysis Caroline Joll, Chris McKenna, Robert McNabb and John Shorey (1983) 12. Wages and Employment Policy 1936-1985 Russell Jones (1987) 13. Patterns of Labour: Work and Social Change in the Pottery Industry Richard Whipp (1990)