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Inequality, segregation and labor markets

Inequality segregation and labor markets 2


David Albouy Profesor David Albouy, University of Illinois

Juan Sebastián Muñoz 1 Juan Sebastián Muñoz, University of Illinois

Lunes a viernes: 10:00 a.m. a 1:45p.m.
Curso en inglés

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This course considers how locations – at the metropolitan (labor market) and neighborhood level – influence economic outcomes. The first half focuses on how local labor markets relate in spatial equilibrium – with amenities and local costs – and are impacted by trade, immigration, technology, and policy. The second half focuses on residential location, agglomeration, and segregation, and the impact of natural amenities, public goods, social networks, and historical path dependence.


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