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The ethnic wage gap and employment differentials in the 1990s: Evidence for Britain. (English) Zbl 0899.90070
Summary: It is twenty years since Britain passed legislation to combat racial discrimination. Despite this, Britain’s nonwhite ethnic minorities still appear to face substantial amounts of discrimination in the labour market. Unemployment is particularly severe.
MSC:
91B40 Labor market, contracts (MSC2010)
91B82 Statistical methods; economic indices and measures
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