Session 137:
Race, Ethnicity, Human Capital, and the Labor Market

Saturday, April 1
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
San Gabriel C
Lobby Level

Chair: Jeffrey M. Timberlake, University of Cincinnati
Discussant: Eric Grodsky, University of California, Davis

  1. Labor Force Attachment and the Evolving Wage Gap between White, Black and Hispanic Young WomenSigal Alon, Tel Aviv University; Yitchak Haberfeld, Tel Aviv University

  2. Learning but Not Earning? The Value of Job Corps Training for Hispanic YouthsAlfonso Flores-Lagunes, University of Arizona; Arturo Gonzalez, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC); Todd Neumann, University of Arizona

  3. Diversity by Design or Default? Minority Students and the Texas Top 10% LawSunny Xinchun Niu, Princeton University; Teresa A. Sullivan, University of Texas at Austin; Marta Tienda, Princeton University

  4. The Changing Educational Attainment of Ethnic Groups in the United States: 1980-2000Franklin D. Wilson, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Salvador Rivas, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Uzi Rebhun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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