Handbook on the Economics of Discrimination

Handbook on the Economics of Discrimination

Elgar original reference

Edited by William M. Rodgers III

Discrimination’s dynamic nature means that no single theory, method, data or study should be relied upon to assess its magnitude, causes, or remedies. Despite some gains in our understanding, these remain active areas of debate among researchers, practitioners and policymakers. The specially commissioned papers in this volume, all by distinguished contributors, present the full range of issues related to this complex and challenging problem.

Introduction

William M. Rodgers III

Subjects: business and management, human resource management, economics and finance, labour economics, welfare economics, social policy and sociology, economics of social policy

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