Economics explains discrimination in the labour market
Economics explains discrimination in the labour market

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Economics explains discrimination in the labour market

Acknowledgements

This chapter adapted for OpenLearn is from ‘Microeconomics by Susan Himmelweit, Roberto Simonetti and Andrew Trigg, published by Thomson Learning in association with The Open University, 2001 and ‘Markets’ one of the three core books from the D319 course Understanding Economic Behaviour: Households, Firms and Markets.

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Table 10: Kuhn, P. 1987, ‘Sex Discrimination in Labour Markets: The role of statistical evidence’, The American Economic Review, 77 (4), September 1987, American Economic Association.

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