Economics and discrimination, Volume 1
It is an essential reference for anyone working in this area, bringing together the seminal articles in the field as well as some lesser known, but no less important writings. Jennifer Roberts, The Economic Journal This two volume set consists of the most significant theoretical and empirical writings on economic discrimination based upon race, gender and ethnicity with an international emphasis. Economics and Discrimination is an essential reference for scholars interested in the analysis of economic inequality between ascriptively differentiated groups. The work of economists spanning the ideological spectrum from John Roemer to Thomas Sowell is represented in the pages of this important title.
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CRITIQUES AND ASSESSMENTS OF THE NEOCLASSICAL
RACIAL AND SEXUAL INEQUALITY IN THE EARLY YEARS
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