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The Resource African Americans and post-industrial labor markets, edited by James B. Stewart

African Americans and post-industrial labor markets, edited by James B. Stewart

Label
African Americans and post-industrial labor markets
Title
African Americans and post-industrial labor markets
Statement of responsibility
edited by James B. Stewart
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
331.6/396073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD8081.A65
LC item number
A673 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Stewart, James B.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • Labor market
  • Unemployment
Label
African Americans and post-industrial labor markets, edited by James B. Stewart
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Jeremiah Cotton
  • Measuring employment discrimination through controlled experiments
  • Marc Bendick, Jr. ... [et al.]
  • Some new historical evidence on the impact of affirmative action: Detroit, 1972
  • Thomas Hyclak ... [et al.]
  • PART II: BLACK-WHITE WAGE DIFFERENTIALS
  • Regional analysis of black male - white male wage differences
  • Jeremiah Cotton
  • Black-white wage differential: the relative importance of human capital and labor market structure
  • Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong, Rudy Fichtenbaum
  • Introduction
  • PART III: OCCUPATIONAL CROWDING
  • Impact of changes in local labor market conditions on estimates of occumpational segregation
  • Susanne Schmitz, Paul E. Gabriel
  • Do black and white women hold different jobs in the same occupation? A critical analysis of the clerical and service sectors
  • Augustin Kwasi Fosu
  • Labor market segmentation: African American and Puerto Rican labor in New York City, 1960-1980
  • Andrés Torres
  • PART IV: BLACK WOMEN IN THE LABOR MARKET
  • Racial differences in married female labor force participation behavior: an analysis using interracial marriages
  • David A. Macpherson, James B. Stewart
  • James B. Stewart
  • Residential location and the earnings of African American women
  • Emily Hoffnar, Michael Greene
  • PART V: STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT AND JOB DISPLACEMENT
  • Vacancies, unemployment, and black and white wage earnings: 1956-1983
  • Don Mar
  • Racial differences in the unemployment response to structural changes in local labor markets
  • Thomas Kyclak, James B. Stewart
  • Rising black unemployment: changes in job stability or in employability?
  • M.V. Lee Badgett
  • PART IV: SECTORAL ANALYSES
  • PART I: THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, POWER, CULTURE, AND ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION
  • Demographics of trade-affected services and manufacturing workers (1987-1990): a comparative analysis
  • Bartholomew Armah
  • Estimate of black gross job losses due to reduced defense expenditures
  • Roger C. Williams
  • Race and rehiring in the high-tech industry
  • Don Mar, Paul M. ONg
  • Effect of public sector employment on the earnings of white and African American males: a sample selectivity approach
  • Michael Greene, Emily Hoffnar
  • PART VII: STRATEGIES TO INCREASE EMPLOYMENT
  • Impact of targeted partnership grants on minority employment
  • NEA Presidential Address, 1994. Toward broader involvement of black economists in discussions of race and public policy: a plea for reconceptualization of race and power in economic theory
  • Maurice Y. Mongkuo, William J. Pammer, Jr.
  • Race, job training, and economic development: barriers to racial equity in program planning
  • Joan Fitzgerald, Wendy Patton
  • Utilization of minority employees in small business: a comparison of nonminority and black-owned urban enterprises
  • Timothy Bates
  • James B. Stewart
  • Empirical test of the cultural capital hypothesis
  • James H. Johnson, Jr. ... [et al.]
  • Color or culture? Wage differences among non-Hispanic black males, Hispanic black males, and Hispanic white males
Control code
ocm34966095
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
ix, 414 p.
Isbn
9781560009207
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
96026899
Other physical details
ill.
Label
African Americans and post-industrial labor markets, edited by James B. Stewart
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Jeremiah Cotton
  • Measuring employment discrimination through controlled experiments
  • Marc Bendick, Jr. ... [et al.]
  • Some new historical evidence on the impact of affirmative action: Detroit, 1972
  • Thomas Hyclak ... [et al.]
  • PART II: BLACK-WHITE WAGE DIFFERENTIALS
  • Regional analysis of black male - white male wage differences
  • Jeremiah Cotton
  • Black-white wage differential: the relative importance of human capital and labor market structure
  • Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong, Rudy Fichtenbaum
  • Introduction
  • PART III: OCCUPATIONAL CROWDING
  • Impact of changes in local labor market conditions on estimates of occumpational segregation
  • Susanne Schmitz, Paul E. Gabriel
  • Do black and white women hold different jobs in the same occupation? A critical analysis of the clerical and service sectors
  • Augustin Kwasi Fosu
  • Labor market segmentation: African American and Puerto Rican labor in New York City, 1960-1980
  • Andrés Torres
  • PART IV: BLACK WOMEN IN THE LABOR MARKET
  • Racial differences in married female labor force participation behavior: an analysis using interracial marriages
  • David A. Macpherson, James B. Stewart
  • James B. Stewart
  • Residential location and the earnings of African American women
  • Emily Hoffnar, Michael Greene
  • PART V: STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT AND JOB DISPLACEMENT
  • Vacancies, unemployment, and black and white wage earnings: 1956-1983
  • Don Mar
  • Racial differences in the unemployment response to structural changes in local labor markets
  • Thomas Kyclak, James B. Stewart
  • Rising black unemployment: changes in job stability or in employability?
  • M.V. Lee Badgett
  • PART IV: SECTORAL ANALYSES
  • PART I: THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, POWER, CULTURE, AND ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION
  • Demographics of trade-affected services and manufacturing workers (1987-1990): a comparative analysis
  • Bartholomew Armah
  • Estimate of black gross job losses due to reduced defense expenditures
  • Roger C. Williams
  • Race and rehiring in the high-tech industry
  • Don Mar, Paul M. ONg
  • Effect of public sector employment on the earnings of white and African American males: a sample selectivity approach
  • Michael Greene, Emily Hoffnar
  • PART VII: STRATEGIES TO INCREASE EMPLOYMENT
  • Impact of targeted partnership grants on minority employment
  • NEA Presidential Address, 1994. Toward broader involvement of black economists in discussions of race and public policy: a plea for reconceptualization of race and power in economic theory
  • Maurice Y. Mongkuo, William J. Pammer, Jr.
  • Race, job training, and economic development: barriers to racial equity in program planning
  • Joan Fitzgerald, Wendy Patton
  • Utilization of minority employees in small business: a comparison of nonminority and black-owned urban enterprises
  • Timothy Bates
  • James B. Stewart
  • Empirical test of the cultural capital hypothesis
  • James H. Johnson, Jr. ... [et al.]
  • Color or culture? Wage differences among non-Hispanic black males, Hispanic black males, and Hispanic white males
Control code
ocm34966095
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
ix, 414 p.
Isbn
9781560009207
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
96026899
Other physical details
ill.

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