This is a course outline for a a unit of the OU Microeconomics course made available through their OpenLearn initiative. It includes a synopsis of the course brown down into key topics including, labour market disadvantage, Neoclassical models of discrimination, segmented labour markets and policy issues. It also includes links to related readings and activities.
Labour Economics, Employment and Unemployment in Intermediate Microeconomics
8 hour online unit adapted from Microeconomics by Susan Himmelweit, Roberto Simonetti and Andrew Trigg.
This is a playlist of nineteen full-length lectures on YouTube, totalling more than 25 hours of video, recorded in Spring 2010. Topics include The New Economics of Mortality, Human Capital and Intergenerational Mobility, and Investment in Schooling and Training. Each lecture has a summary, a link to a PDF of lecture notes and a link to the course reading list.