Foundations of employment discrimination law
Foundations of Employment Discrimination Law, part of the Interdisciplinary Readers in Law Series, looks at the moral and philosophical issues of employment and discrimination, featuring readings from Isaiah Berlin, Owen Fiss, and Milton Friedman. It covers the general development of the law, and devotes a section each to race discrimination, sex discrimination, and age and disability discrimination. Within each section Donohue considers the theories, economic issues, and the impact of the law, and includes a selection of critical perspectives.
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The Theory of Employment Discrimination Law
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