Labor Economics

Ranked in 2013, part of Economics

Labor economics include issues that affect most workers and the organizations they work in, such as unions, wages, unemployment, and labor supply and demand. These are the top graduate schools for labor economics.

Rank School name
#1 Harvard University

Cambridge, MA

#1 Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

#3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA

#4 University of California—​Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

#5 University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

#6 University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI

#7 Yale University

New Haven, CT

#8 University of Wisconsin—​Madison

Madison, WI

#9 University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Columbia University

New York, NY

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