A Different Vision: Race and public policy

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Taylor & Francis US, 1997 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
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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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Boston is Professor of Economics at Georgia Institue of Technology.