Economics and Discrimination (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1344
Utgivningsdatum
1995-01-01
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
figs.tabs.
Antal komponenter
2
Komponenter
2 Hardbacks
ISBN
9781852787905
Economics and Discrimination (inbunden)

Economics and Discrimination

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This two volume set consists of the most significant theoretical and empirical writings on economic discrimination based upon race, gender and ethnicity with an international emphasis. Economics and Discrimination is an essential reference for scholars interested in the analysis of economic inequality between ascriptively differentiated groups. The work of economists spanning the ideological spectrum from John Roemer to Thomas Sowell is represented in the pages of this important title.
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`It is an essential reference for anyone working in this area, bringing together the seminal articles in the field as well as some lesser known, but no less important writings.' -- Jennifer Roberts, The Economic Journal

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CONTENTS PART I RACIAL AND SEXUAL INEQUALITY IN THE EARLY YEARS OF THE ECONOMICS PROFESSION 1. Mark Aldrich (1979), `Progressive Economists and Scientific Racism: Walter Willcox and Black Americans, 1895-1910' 2. Robert Cherry (1976), `Racial Thought and the Early Economics Profession' 3. Francis A. Walker (1881), `The Colored Race in the United States' 4. Frederick L. Hoffman (1892), `Vital Statistics of the Negro' 5. M. V. Ball (1894), `The Mortality of the Negro' 6. Frederic L. Hoffman (19895), `The Negro in the West Indies' 7. Alfred Holt Stone (1969), `A Plantation Experiment' 8. Katharine Coman (1904), `The Negro as a Peasant Farmer' 9. Millicent G. Fawcett (1918), `Equal Pay for Equal Work' 10. Gunnar Myrdal (1944), `Facets of the Negro Problem' 11. Gunnar Myrdal (194), `The Mechanics of Economic Discrimination as a Practical Problem' 12. Oliver Cromwell Cox (1970), `An American Dilemma: A Mystical Approach to the Study of Race Relations' PART II NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS AND THE THEORY OF DISCRIMINATION 13. Gary S. Becker (1957), `The Forces Determining Discrimination in the Market Place' 14. Gary S. Becker (1957), `Market Discrimination' 15. Anne O. Krueger (1963), `The Economics of Discrimination' 16. Barbara R. Bergmann (1971), `The Effect on White Incomes of Discrimination in Employment' 17. Lester C. Thurow (1975), `Discrimination and Theories of Incomes,e Determination' 18. Lester Thurow (1969), `Poverty and Discrimination' 19. Kenneth J. Arrow (1972), `Some Mathematical Models of Race Discrimination in the Labor Marker' 20. Edmund S. Phelps (1972), `The Statistical Theory of Racism and Sexism' 21. Richard B. Freeman (1973), `Decline of Labor Maker Discrimination and Economic Analysis' 22. Joseph E. Stiglitz (1973), `Approached to the Economics of Discrimination' 23. David H. Swinton (1978), `A Labor Force Competition Model of Racial Discrimination in the Labor Market' 24. Lawrence M. Kahn (1991), `Customer Discrimination and Affirmative Action' PART III CRITIQUES AND ASSESSMENTS OF THE NEOCLASSICAL APPROACH TO DISCRIMINATION 25. Thomas Sowell (1971), `Economics and Black People' 26. Christopher J. Ruhm (1988), `When "Equal Opportunity" Is Not Enough: Training Costs and Intergenerational Inequality' 27. William Darity, Jr. (1975), `Economic Theory and Racial Economic Inequality' 28. Francine D. Blau and Carol L. Jusenius (1976), `Economists' Approached to Sec Segregation in the Labor Marker: An Appraisal' 29. Paula England (1984), `Wage Appreciation and Depreciation: A Test of Neoclassical Economic Explanations of Occupational Sex Segregation' 30. William A. Darity, Jr. (1982), `The Human Capital Approach to Black-White Earnings Inequality: Some Unsettled Questions' 31. Steven Shulman (1989), `A Critique of the Declining Discrimination Hypothesis' PART V COMPETITION, CULTURE AND ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO THE ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION 32. Patrick L. Mason (1992), `The Divide-and-Conquer and Employer/employee Models of Discrimination: Neoclassical Competition as a Familial Defect' 33. William A> Darity, Jr. and Rhonda M. Williams (1985), `Peddlers Forever?: Culture, Competition, and Discrimination' 34. Rhonda M. Williams (1987), `Capital, Competition, and Discrimination: A Reconsideration of Racial Earnings Inequality' 35. William Darity, Jr. (1989), `What's Left of the Economic Theory of Discrimination?' VOLUME II PART I INDIRECT TESTS OF THE PRESENCE OF ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION 1. Ronald Oaxaca (1973), `Male-Female Wage Differentials in Urban Labor Markets' 2. Alan S. Blinder (1973), `Wage Discrimination: Reduced Form and Structural Estimates' 3. Alan S. Blinder (1974), `The Decomposition of Inequality' 4. Francine D. Blau and Marianne A. Ferber (1987), `Discrimination: Empirical Evidence from the United States' 5. Bennett Harrison (1972), `Education and Underemployment in the Urban Ghetto' 6. George J. Borjas (1983), `The Substitutability of Black, Hispan