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EXPLANATIONS FOR IMPROVED ECONOMIC STATUS OF BLACKS
ANALYSIS OF CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY FILES
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affirmative action Atlantic and West black and white black males black schools black Southern black workers black-white earnings black-white wage ratios Census Central City characteristics cohort effects cohort view cohorts of blacks college coefficients convergence cross-sectional studies Current Population Surveys earnings ratios East South education levels EEOC elementary and secondary estimated evidence Experience 10 yrs experience variable federal government full-time Government Variables high school human capital hypotheses impact income ratios increase in black-white interaction labor force labor market entry male wages ment migration Non-South Northeast Northern part-year percent product sold race Regional Variables regression relative black-white relative to whites relative wages residence returns to schooling school completion schooling 12 schooling coefficients schooling quality secondary labor market skilled labor Smith and Welch South Atlantic South Central region Southern SMSA STANDARD ERRORS Table unemployment rates urban vintage wages of blacks West South Central white males white wage ratios zero earnings