Unlevel Playing Fields: Understanding Wage Inequality and Discrimination
Economic Affairs Bureau, Dec 1, 2004 - Social Science - 233 pages
Presents two contrasting economic theories - neoclassical and political economy - and shows how each theory explains race and sex inequality and discrimination in the labor market.
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Labor Market Inequality by the Numbers
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
THE NEOCLASSICAL APPROACH
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