As the digital economy redefines traditional notions of the employer/employee relationship, and policy makers develop new methods of managing the labor landscape, regulators and enforcement officials are facing a myriad of challenges to vigilant and responsible oversight. It’s imperative that enforcement and oversight decisions are approached with a foundational understanding of the underlying economic principles that motivate all parties in the incredibly complex labor and employment markets.
The AGEP Workshop on the Economics of Labor Markets and Employment Law is designed to give AG staff attorneys greater insights into the fundamental economic principles at play in this essential market, and to offer participants tools they can apply when analyzing complex issues in labor and employment contexts.
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