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Education, Training and Discrimination

The Collected Essays of Orley Ashenfelter, Volume Two Edited by Kevin F. Hallock, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, US
This is the second of three volumes containing the published and unpublished economic papers of Orley Ashenfelter written between 1966 and 1994. A complete and cross-referenced chronological list of all of the works featured in this set is included. The volumes begin with an interview in which Professor Ashenfelter covers highlights of his professional life, a discussion of many of the essays and papers featured in these volumes, and his reflections on the development of economics over the course of his career. Employment, Labor Unions and Wages and Economic Institutions and the Demand and Supply of Labor are the companion volumes to Education, Training and Discrimination, which together provide the complete collection of Ashenfelter’s essays.
Extent: 416 pp
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Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 978 1 85898 129 1
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This is the second of three volumes containing the published and unpublished economic papers of Orley Ashenfelter written between 1966 and 1994. A complete and cross-referenced chronological list of all of the works featured in this set is included. The volumes begin with an interview in which Professor Ashenfelter covers highlights of his professional life, a discussion of many of the essays and papers featured in these volumes, and his reflections on the development of economics over the course of his career. Employment, Labor Unions and Wages and Economic Institutions and the Demand and Supply of Labor are the companion volumes to Education, Training and Discrimination, which together provide a distinguished collection of Ashenfelter’s essays.

These three volumes contain a selection of the published and unpublished economic papers of Orley Ashenfelter written between 1966 and 1993. A complete and cross-referenced chronological list of all the works featured in this set is included. The volumes begin with an interview of Professor Ashenfelter which covers highlights of his professional life, a discussion of many of the essays and papers featured in these volumes, and his reflections on the development of economics over the course of his career.
Contents: Introduction Part I: Discrimination and Wage Differentials Part II: Education and Training Part III: Data and Statistics Name Index