Wage discrimination in the Federal government
George J. Borjas, University of California, Santa Barbara. Community and Organization Research Institute, United States. Employment and Training Administration
Regents of the University of California, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1981 - Study Aids - 140 pages
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Administration Government affirmative action programs agency's bureaucracy agency's constituency agency's labor force agency's output black and white black constituents black females black males blacks employed bm wm Borjas CATHERWOOD LIBRARY Civil Aeronautics Board civil rights activities coefficient column comparative statics CPDF CRATIO curve for black demand for blacks earnings EEOC effect Employment Opportunity Commission employment policies Equal Employment Opportunity equation expenditures federal agencies Federal Communications Commission federal government female relative wage fraction function for black Government Printing Office homothetic Housing & Urban individual Interstate Commerce Commission Labor Relations Nuclear Regulatory Commission o(EDUC percent Postal Service private sector racial and sexual racial wage differentials regression relative black wage relative demand curve relative demand function relative supply sex/race groups sexual and racial sexual composition sexual wage differentials statistics t-ratios are given Table U.S. Postal Service Veterans Administration vote function Wage Discrimination wage of black white constituents white females white males women