This volume examines the concept and social phenomenon of discrimination from economic and sociological perspectives. It brings together the work of a wide range of sociologists and economists and provides a spectrum of methodological and ideological views on this highly charged topic. The breadth of topics and approaches offered here include classical Marxist ideas on rivalry among entrepreneurs and among ethnic groups to neo-classical supply-side and human capital factors, as well as demand-side factors such as efficiency wage theories and organizational inertia.
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ENDA Promises to Ban Employment Discrimination for Gays By Kovach, Kenneth A. Personnel Journal, Vol. 74, No. 8, August 1995
Review Employment Policies for Discrimination By Vecchioli, Joan M. Business Credit, Vol. 93, No. 8, September 1991
Working Conditions : Fourteen Countries Singled out for Employment Discrimination By European Social Policy, February 11, 2008
AGENDA: Why Should the Victims of Ageism Put Up and Shut Up? Two Years Ago This Week, Age Discrimination Became Unlawful in This Country. but Lorna Findlay, Head of the Employment Group at St Philips Chambers, Asks Have the New Rules Already Come of Age? By Findlay, Lorna The Birmingham Post (England), October 2, 2008
Employment Discrimination Challenges 'As Active as Ever' By Driskill, Matt THE JOURNAL RECORD, July 11, 1987
Discrimination Is an Age-Old Issue; Advertising FeatureEver Felt That Your Age Is Perceived to Be a Problem at Work? Employment Lawyer Ivor Adair of Law Firm Slater and Gordon Has Some Advice By Chesworth, Niki The Evening Standard (London, England), March 24, 2015