Affirmative Action as Earnings Redistribution: The Targeting of Compliance Reviews
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- Jonathan S. Leonard, 1984. "Affirmative Action as Earnings Redistribution: The Targeting of Compliance Reviews," NBER Working Papers 1328, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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