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Labor Economics: Principles in Practice provides a concise, tightly integrated, and engaging exploration of labor economics. Focusing on core principles and immersing students in real data from the Current Population Survey (CPS), Ken McLaughlin lays out a clear analytical framework for thinking about labor-market issues and policies. The book’s entire presentation-from the conversational tone to the practice questions that follow each section, and the models of labor economics by example, replacing symbols with numbers-makes labor economics highly accessible to more students.

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