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Effects of Workers Who Are Discriminated Against
Capital Sectors and the State
Summary and Conclusions
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aggregates allocation analysis Atlantic Central Cities capital sector capitalist competition and direct competition and segregation competitive sector concentration decade declining direct competition direct segregation downgrading educational upgrading employed entering jobs entrance female workers Government employment groups growing jobs higher educated labor higher labor higher paid jobs income increasing industrial reserve army inferior labor Job Characteristics job competition job structure jobs held labor demand labor force labor market labor supply less low paid lower paid jobs lowering labor costs lowest paid positions maintain Middle Atlantic Central Middle Atlantic Region migrants Minorities and White Minorities and women Minority and female monopoly capitalism monopoly jobs monopoly sector occupations Partial Regression Coefficients Puerto Ricans Snyder and Hudis stability Standardized Partial Regression Taueber tendencies tion total structure total unemployed labor U.S. Department unem unemployed labor reserves wage competition White female jobs White male earnings White male unemployed White women York York City