Some Models of Racial Discrimination in the Labor Market, Vydání 6253
Rand, 1971 - Počet stran: 54
The intention of the report is to demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of neoclassical analysis as a tool for studying racial discrimination in the economic sphere and to suggest possible areas of fruitful research. (Author).
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