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Detecting Discrimination

Author(s): James J. Heckman

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The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 12, No. 2, (Spring, 1998), pp. 101-116

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  • Issue Table of Contents
    • The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 12, No. 2, Spring, 1998
      • Front Matter [pp.  1 - 2]
      • Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government: The Private Uses of Public Interests: Incentives and Institutions [pp.  3 - 22]
      • Symposium: Discrimination in Product, Credit and Labor Markets
        • Evidence on Discrimination in Consumer Markets [pp.  23 - 40]
        • Evidence on Discrimination in Mortgage Lending [pp.  41 - 62]
        • Evidence on Discrimination in Employment: Codes of Color, Codes of Gender [pp.  63 - 90]
        • What Has Economics to Say about Racial Discrimination? [pp.  91 - 100]
        • Detecting Discrimination [pp.  101 - 116]
        • Discrimination in the Post-Civil Rights Era: Beyond Market Interactions [pp.  117 - 126]
      • Symposium: Urban Agglomeration
        • Urban Diversity and Economic Growth [pp.  127 - 138]
        • Are Cities Dying? [pp.  139 - 160]
        • Space: The Final Frontier [pp.  161 - 174]
      • The Past, Present, and Future of Macroeconomic Forecasting [pp.  175 - 192]
      • Forging Ahead and Falling behind: The Rise and Relative Decline of the First Industrial Nation [pp.  193 - 210]
      • Who Is a Member of the AEA? [pp.  211 - 222]
      • Retrospectives: Real and Money Wage Rates [pp.  223 - 234]
      • Recommendations for Further Reading [pp.  235 - 242]
      • Correspondence
        • Self-Serving Bias [pp.  243 - 244]
        • Response from Linda Babcock and George Loewenstein [pp.  244 - 245]
        • The Economics Literature [p.  246]
        • Response from Leland B. Yeager [pp.  246 - 247]
        • Response from Marianne A. Ferber [p.  247]
      • Notes [pp.  249 - 252]
      • Back Matter [pp.  i - iv]



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