This selection of John Creedy's essays on labour economics sheds light on the areas of labour mobility, skilled labour markets and trade unions and wages.
Among other issues, Professor Creedy discusses:
* the effects of migration, population ageing and retirement on the labour market
* the economic analysis of internal labour markets
* job mobility, earnings and responsibility in skilled labour markets with a particular emphasis on chemists and professional scientists
* the relationship between trade unions, tax levels and relative wages
Labour Mobility, Earnings and Unemployment will be a valuable point of reference for students and scholars of labour economics.