This OER was first published on February 28, 2023
This OER, Labour Economics for Leaders , is a collection of resources adapted by Norm Smith to meet the needs of students in labour economics courses. In most sections of this OER, updates have been made to the existing content to improve usability and accessibility, incorporate interactive elements and improve the overall student experience. This collection reuses content from the following key resources:
- Principles of Microeconomics 2e (Open Stax) by Steven A. Greenlaw & David Shapiro, licensed under CC BY 4.0.
- BUS 400 Business Economics by Sandra Wellman, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 /A derivative of Principles of Economics by University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA.
- Principles of Microeconomics by Dr. Emma Hutchinson, University of Victoria licesnsed under CC BY 4.0 / A derivative of Principles of Economics (OpenStax) by Steven A. Greenlaw, Timothy Taylor, licensed under CC BY 2.0.
- Economics (LibreTexts) by Boundless, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
- Microeconomics by Steven Greenlaw and Lumen Learning licesnsed under CC BY 4.0.
- ECN-1050: Principles of Microeconomics (LibreTexts) by OpenStax, adapted from Principles of Microeconomics., licensed under CC BY 4.0.
- Labour Economics for Leaders book cover, designed by Shaima & supported by the Georgian College Library OER Design Studio, Summer 2022 [Added October 28, 2022]
- Original cover image by Jon Tyson, used under Unsplash license
Copyright & Open Licensing
Labour Economics for Leaders by Norm Smith is licensed under CC BY 4.0, except where otherwise noted. Individual sections, content, images and activities are marked with their relevant copyright and open licensing information.
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- TED Talk videos in this OER are embedded/used under the TED Talks Usage Policy
Unless otherwise indicated, third-party texts, images and other materials quoted in this OER are included on the basis of Fair Dealing (Canada) as described in the Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Open Education.
Terminology & Statistics
It is acknowledged that the terminology used to describe statistics within this textbook may be outdated or harmful; however, it was retained to maintain dataset integrity.