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Anforme Labour Markets 6th Edition: The Economics of Work and Leisure

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  • Product Reference: 978-1-78014-005-6

Publication Date: September 2014

This edition is in full colour and runs to 112 pages. It covers the labour market syllabus of all the major boards, and specifically Unit F583, Economics of Work and Leisure, for OCR.

With the use of many illustrative charts, tables, case examples and photos, this book is easily accessible to students. The book is produced in A4 format and is written by an experienced A Level Examiner. The first four editions sold over 23,000 copies.

The full contents of this book are:

Section A: Labour Markets
Unit 1:   The Supply of Labour
Unit 2:   The Demand for Labour
Unit 3:   Wage Determination in a Competitive  
              Labour Market  
Unit 4:   Wage Differentials  
Unit 5:   The Role of Trade Unions
Unit 6:   The Case of Monopsony
Unit 7:   Government Intervention in Labour
              Markets
Unit 8:   Unemployment and Labour Market
              Imperfections
Unit 9:   Government Policies to Influence
              Productivity and Labour Mobility
Unit 10: The Flexibility of UK and EU Labour
              Markets
Unit 11: Ageing Population in Developed
             Countries
Unit 12: The Distribution of Income and Wealth
Unit 13: Measurement of Inequality: the Lorenz
              Curve and the Gini Coefficient
Unit 14: Policy Issues Associated with Poverty
               and Inequality

Section B: Leisure Markets
Unit 15: Market Structures
Unit 16: Holidays and Leisure Travel
Unit 17: Cinema Admissions
Unit 18: Spectator Sports
Unit 19: Television Broadcasting

Index

Publication Date: September 2014

This edition is in full colour and runs to 112 pages. It covers the labour market syllabus of all the major boards, and specifically Unit F583, Economics of Work and Leisure, for OCR.

With the use of many illustrative charts, tables, case examples and photos, this book is easily accessible to students. The book is produced in A4 format and is written by an experienced A Level Examiner. The first four editions sold over 23,000 copies.

The full contents of this book are:

Section A: Labour Markets
Unit 1:   The Supply of Labour
Unit 2:   The Demand for Labour
Unit 3:   Wage Determination in a Competitive  
              Labour Market  
Unit 4:   Wage Differentials  
Unit 5:   The Role of Trade Unions
Unit 6:   The Case of Monopsony
Unit 7:   Government Intervention in Labour
              Markets
Unit 8:   Unemployment and Labour Market
              Imperfections
Unit 9:   Government Policies to Influence
              Productivity and Labour Mobility
Unit 10: The Flexibility of UK and EU Labour
              Markets
Unit 11: Ageing Population in Developed
             Countries
Unit 12: The Distribution of Income and Wealth
Unit 13: Measurement of Inequality: the Lorenz
              Curve and the Gini Coefficient
Unit 14: Policy Issues Associated with Poverty
               and Inequality

Section B: Leisure Markets
Unit 15: Market Structures
Unit 16: Holidays and Leisure Travel
Unit 17: Cinema Admissions
Unit 18: Spectator Sports
Unit 19: Television Broadcasting

Index

ISBN: 978-1-78014-005-6

Publication Date: September 2011

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