A Different Vision: Race and public policy
Thomas D. Boston
Taylor & Francis US, 1997 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
This volume brings together the ideas, philosophies and interpretations of North America's leading African American economists. Presented in two volumes, this second volume includes an analysis of urban poverty; discusses aspects of racial inequality and public policy; and examines the theory and method which underlies public policy. Volume One assesses the contribution and influence of major African American economists and economic philosophies along with a detailed discussion of the economics of race and gender. The volumes illustrate that racial inequality has had an an immense impact in every sphere of African American life.
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