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Audio tapes of the seminar available in the KSG library.

Malcolm Wiener Inequality
& Social Policy Seminar Series

Fall 2000

Note: Presentation begins at 12:20 pm

SEP 25, 2000


"What Employers Want: Prejudice and Preference in the Multi-Ethnic Labor Market"

OCT 2 , 2000


"Skill-Based Technological Change and Wage Inequality: Evidence from a Plant Retooling"

OCT 16, 2000

PAULA ENGLAND, University of Pennsylvania

"The Public Benefits and Private Costs of Caring Labor"

OCT 23, 2000

GEORGE AKERLOF, University of California, Berkeley

"Economics and Identity"

OCT 30, 2000

CLAUDE M. STEELE, Stanford University

"How Stereotypes Shape Intellectual Performance and Identity: a Connection to Education Policy"

NOV. 6, 2000

CAROLINE MINTER-HOXBY, Department of Economics, Harvard University

"Peer Effects in the Classroom: Learning from Gender and Race Variation"

NOV 13, 2000

MARGARET WEIR, University of California, Berkeley

"Metropolitan Coalition-Building and the New Federalism"

NOV 20, 2000

MARCELO SUAREZ-OROZCO, Harvard Graduate School of Education

"Rethinking Immigration"

NOV 27, 2000


"The Hard Lessons of European Unemployment"

DEC 4, 2000

MICHAEL PORTER, Harvard Business School

"Capitalism and Inequality: The Case of Inner-City Economic Development"

DEC 11, 2000

ANNE PIEHL, Kennedy School of Government

"Warranted Disparity? Sentencing, Race, and Legal Factors"

DEC 18, 2000

EDWARD WOLFF, New York University

"Median Wealth: Why is it Growing So Slowly?"






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