The Causes and Consequences of Increasing Inequality. Hyclak, T. Volume 23 , 2001.
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Twelve papers from a conference held at the George Bush School of Public Policy at Texas A&M University in March 1999 consider the causes and consequences of increasing wage inequality in the United States. Papers consider trends in wage inequality in the United States (Donald R. Deere); decreasing and then increasing inequality in America over the twentieth century (Claudia Goldin and Lawrence F. Katz); why wealth inequality is rising (James P. Smith); earnings inequality in international perspective (Franco Peracchi); mobility within and between generations (Gary Solon); schooling, inequality, and the impact of government (Eric A. Hanushek and Julie A. Somers); government policy and wage inequality: regulation, incentives, and opportunities (Marvin H. Kosters); trade, immigration, and wage distribution (William Cline); industrial change and the demand for skill (Kevin Murphy and Finis Welch); inequalities in income and inequalities in health (Angus Deaton); IQ, success in life, and inequality (Charles Murray); and wage differentials in the 1990s (Murphy and Welch). Welch is the Abell Professor of Liberal Arts and Distinguished Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University and Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles. Author and subject indexes.
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