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Unlevel Playing Fields: Understanding Wage Inequality and Discrimination, 3rd edition Paperback – August 1, 2009

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Unlevel Playing Fields is a great text for introductory-level students. It is very successful in giving students the necessary analytical tools for grappling with important debates about racial and gender wage gaps, labor market discrimination, and affirmative action policies. It is an excellent book to teach from, since the theory is so well present and it is always grounded in real world issues. --Carole Biewener, Simmons College

I use this book as part of a course on poverty and discrimination. The students love it. Many have said it is the best economics book they have ever read. --Doug Orr, Eastern Washington University

Unlevel Playing Fields is a well-written text which successfully presents alternative perspectives on how economic outcomes are generated in America. It should be widely appreciated for undergraduate teaching. --Paul Osterman, MIT Sloan School of Management

I use this book as part of a course on poverty and discrimination. The students love it. Many have said it is the best economics book they have ever read. --Doug Orr, Eastern Washington University

Unlevel Playing Fields is a well-written text which successfully presents alternative perspectives on how economic outcomes are generated in America. It should be widely appreciated for undergraduate teaching. --Paul Osterman, MIT Sloan School of Management

I use this book as part of a course on poverty and discrimination. The students love it. Many have said it is the best economics book they have ever read. --Doug Orr, Eastern Washington University

Unlevel Playing Fields is a well-written text which successfully presents alternative perspectives on how economic outcomes are generated in America. It should be widely appreciated for undergraduate teaching. --Paul Osterman, MIT Sloan School of Management

About the Author

Randy Albelda is professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.

Robert Drago is professor of labor studies and women's studies at Pennsylvania State University.

Steven Shulman is professor of economics at Colorado State University.


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