NQF credits: 30
Fifth year status‚ second semester‚ two double lectures and one double tut per week. Course co–ordinator: A Professor I Woolard
Entrance requirements: ECO5020F Advanced Microeconomics or equivalent or at the discretion of the Head of Department.
The aim of the Masters course in Labour economics is to cover many of the core theoretical approaches of modern labour economics as well as to explore how well these apply to the South African situation. Our intention is to be both theoretically rigorous and empirically relevant.
DP requirements: None
Assessment: Assignments‚ tests and examination count for 100%.
Last updated : 18 Jun 2014