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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Schoumacher; Annenberg/CPB Project.; Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates.; Educational Film Center (Annandale, Va.); Intellimation, Inc.
Titles on cassette label: Pollution ; Labor and management.
"Released: Fall 1986. Updated: January 1989"--Container.
"The Annenberg/CPB Collection."
The Annenberg/CPB Project.
Films Incorporated: 846-9040.
Originally broadcast on PBS.
|Credits:||Producers, directors, (1) Reuben Aaronson, Patrick Prentice, (2) Louis Barbash ; writers, Louis Barbash, Patrick Prentice, James T. Clare, Ruth Pollak ; editors, Dick Kane, Dan Rose ; music, Richard Paul Brier.|
|Cast:||Economist Richard T. Gill (Comment and analysis).|
|Target Audience:||Social science and economics students.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Lesson 21. Pollution: how much is a clean environment worth? (29 min.) --
Lesson 22. Labor and management: how do they come to terms (29 min.).
|Series Title:||Economics USA, no. 21-22.|
Pollution: how much is a clean environment worth?
Labor and management
Labor and management: how do they come to terms?
Economics USA (Television program)
|Responsibility:||a cooperative project of Educational Film Center [and] Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, Inc. ; executive producer, Ira H. Klugerman ; project coordinator, Gail Arnall ; project director, Stephen L. Rabin.|
Lesson 22: Labor and management: how do they come to terms? The demand for labor depends on the marginal value product and the real wage rate.