7 edition of The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination found in the catalog.
July 11, 2007
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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The Economics of Inequality, Poverty, and Discrimination in the 21st Century consists of 2 volumes containing 32 papers divided into 5 categories: measurement, inequality and mobility, institutions and choices, demographic groups and discrimination, and policy. The papers—written by economists, sociologists, philosophers and lawyers—deal Brand: ABC-CLIO. For courses in economics of poverty and discrimination, welfare politics and policy, social problems, and sociology of poverty, in the departments of economics, sociology, urban studies, education and social work. As the leading college text in the field for over twenty years, this book has been distinguished by its relevant coverage, tight 1/5(1).
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and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(49). Poverty is measured by the number of people who fall below a certain level of income—called the poverty line—that defines the income needed for a basic standard of living. Income inequality compares the share of the total income (or wealth) in society that is received by different groups; for example, comparing the share of income received.
This text is designed for courses in poverty, discrimination, urban problems, and welfare offered by departments of economics, sociology, urban studies, education, and social work. The book The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination book the latest () poverty profiles, including special Census Bureau tabulations undertaken specifically for the Schiller text; up-to-date discussions of major policy initiatives, including welfare.
However, recent findings on inequality, discrimination, poverty, and mobility show that "The American Reality" is very different. The second edition of this introductory-level text brings together the essential materials on what economists have to say about these findings and brings students up.
Economics of Poverty and Discrimination, The, 10th Edition. Table of Contents. Preface. Chapter 1 — Views of Inequality and Poverty. Chapter 2 — InequalityFormat: On-line Supplement.
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Chapter Inequality, Poverty, and Discrimination Start Up: Occupy Wall Street and the World. It all began Septemwith a march by thousands of demonstrators unhappy with all sorts of things about the United States—the distribution of income, with rallying cries on behalf of the 99%; “greed” on Wall Street; the bailout of many banks; capitalism in general; and a variety of.
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Chapter Inequality, Poverty, and Discrimination Start Up: Poverty in the United States. The United States is the richest large country on the planet. Yet, inmillion people in the United States were, by the official definition, poor.
Chapter 4 — Global Poverty and Inequality. Chapter 5 — Labor Force Participation. Chapter 6 — The Working Poor.
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We shall investigate the economics of discrimination and its consequences for the victims and for the economy. We shall also assess efforts by the public sector to eliminate discrimination. Questions of fairness often accompany discussions of income inequality, poverty, and discrimination.