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Unfair advantage: labor market discrimination in developing countries/

Contributor(s): Birdsall, Nancy [ed.] | Sabot, Richard [ed.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: World Bank Regional and Sectoral Studies.Publisher: Washington DC: World Bank, 1991Description: xi, 207 pages, 23.5 cm.ISBN: 0821319094.Subject(s): Discrimination-Employment -- Developing Countries | Econometric Models -- Developing Countries | Earning Discrimination -- Gender | Job Discrimination -- GenderDDC classification: 331.133091724
Contents:
Introduction -- Labor Market Discrimination: Measurement and Interpretation -- Labor Market Discrimination and Economic development -- Labor market Discrimination in a Poor Urban Economy -- Discrimination in East Africa's Urban labor Markets -- Earnings and Determinants of Labor Force Participation in a Developing Country: Are There gender Differentials? -- Why males Earn More: Location and Training of Brazilian School teachers -- Why Do Males Earn More than females in Urban Brazil: Earnings Discrimination of Job Discrimination? -- Job Discrimination and Untouchability
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331.133091724 B618 (Browse shelf) Available C23106
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Includes bibliographic references, tables

Introduction -- Labor Market Discrimination: Measurement and Interpretation -- Labor Market Discrimination and Economic development -- Labor market Discrimination in a Poor Urban Economy -- Discrimination in East Africa's Urban labor Markets -- Earnings and Determinants of Labor Force Participation in a Developing Country: Are There gender Differentials? -- Why males Earn More: Location and Training of Brazilian School teachers -- Why Do Males Earn More than females in Urban Brazil: Earnings Discrimination of Job Discrimination? -- Job Discrimination and Untouchability

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