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Review and Assessment of the Job Access Literature
A Classification of Studies Based Upon Their
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access to jobs better job access black and white black employment black females black males census tract central city black chapter city and suburban commuting differences in employment dummy variables effect of job Employed Enrolled P1a employment rate difference Enrolled Enrolled Enrolled Enrolled P1a P2 enrollment rates enrollment-employment estimated evidence family income Family Variables five-minute reduction Fraction of jobs ghetto high school higher Hispanic males housing segregation Implied Partial Derivatives independent variables indicate intraurban job accessibility job access effect job creation programs job decentralization job probability Kain labor market logit model male teenagers mean travel measure of job Metropolitan Area Variables multinomial logit nonenrolled occupations P2=Enrolled-Not Employed P4=Not Enrolled-Not Employed percent levels Philadelphia policies racial differences regressed residential location residential zone residents results obtained school enrollment SMSA statistically significant studies suburbs Table tion urban enterprise zone Wald test white and black white youths youth employment rates youths living