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Abstract. In the early twentieth century, the African American (AA) populations of northern cities grew rapidly, whereas the foreign‐born white populations of these cities stabilized. Stanley Lieberson has hypothesized that, in these cities, the resulting shifts in the ethnic composition...
Abstract. Poland was among the first of the Central European countries to attempt to transform its economy from a centrally planned socialist system to a market‐oriented one. Although its International Monetary Fund‐inspired “shock therapy” approach sought to transform the economy quickly,...
Abstract. Women receive better returns than men in authority in the competitive sector of the economy, all else being equal (including gender‐type of occupation and firm size). This finding supports a hypothesis drawn from organizations theory and Becker (1971) (1957). In addition, this...
Abstract. An examination of the early writings of British policymaker Edwin Chadwick (1800‐1890) points out that his analysis of an artificial identification of interests in policy prescriptions serves as a precursor to modern ideas on the subject of legislative term limits. His work supports...
Abstract. Data on aggregate concentration in the United States economy for the years 1978 to 1987 are analyzed. Economy‐wide aggregate concentration decreased during this time period. Aggregate concentration increased in the retail trade, electric and gas utilities, and transportation sectors...
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