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Statistical Theories Of Discrimination In Labor Markets

D. Aigner, G. Cain
Published 1977 · Economics

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Examines economic discrimination in labor markets using a stochastic model. Analysis of several types of economic discrimination within the context of competitive market assumptions; Empirical plausibility and implications of the alternative models of economic discrimination; Role of statistical theories in the explanation of labor market discrimination. (Abstract copyright EBSCO.)



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