Edward Elgar Publishing has released the Handbook on the Economics of Discrimination, edited by Heldrich Center chief economist and Bloustein School professor William M. Rodgers III. Featuring commissioned papers by contributors, the book includes a critical review of studies of discrimination against workers with disabilities, discrimination based on sexual orientation, age discrimination in U.S. labor markets, discrimination in the credit and housing markets as well as an analysis of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action programming, among other topics covered. For more information, visit www.e-elgar.co.uk/.
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