PhD Course in Labor Economics

I am teaching a MSc/PhD course on Labor Economics. The syllabus can be found here,  and examples notes are below.

Part I: Foundations
Static and Intertemporal Labor Supply
Human Capital
Static and Dynamic Labor Demand
Gender, Race and Discrimination
Equilibrium Search and Monopsony Models

Part II: Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility
Income Inequality, Polarization and Technological Change
Intergenerational Mobility

Part III: The Functioning of (Local) Labor Markets
Area Approach and Shift-Share Instrumental Variables
Labor Supply Shocks and Immigration
Labor Demand Shocks and Recessions
Employment Protection and Regulation
Trade and Labor Markets, Local Fiscal Multipliers, and Other Applications