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For this comprehensive collection, the editor has selected some of the most important labor law and economics paper today. This two-volume set tracks the development of the theoretical and empirical scholarship on labor law across a number of disciplines, bringing together traditional legal theory and labor economics, along with more recent findings in behavioral economics.
The first volume begins with a broad overview of labor regulation around the world. It then offers major articles on the economics of American labor law and the welfare effects of labor regulation in the US and abroad. The second volume addresses the variety of mandated employee benefits, from minimum wages to maternity benefits and wrongful discharge laws. The collection concludes with some major papers on race and sex discrimination in employment.
There are 21 articles, dating from 1984 to 2006 Contributors include: D. Acemoglu, J.J. Donohue III, U. Gneezy, C. Goldin, J. Gruber, J. Heckman, C. Jolls, R. Posner, A. Shleifer, C. Sunstein