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Cambridge Studies in Stratification Economics: Economics and Social Identity

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Editor: Dr William A. Darity Jr

The Cambridge Studies in Stratification Economics: Economics and Social Identity series encourages book proposals that emphasize structural sources of group-based inequality, rather than cultural or genetic factors. Studies in this series will utilize the underlying economic principles of self-interested behavior and substantive rationality in conjunction with sociology's emphasis on group behavior and identity formation. The series is interdisciplinary, drawing authors from various fields including economics, sociology, social psychology, history, and anthropology, with all projects focused on topics dealing with group-based inequality, identity, and economic well-being.

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There are 18 books in this series...

The Hidden Rules of Race

Barriers to an Inclusive Economy
Volume 0, Part 0,

  • Andrea Flynn, Dorian T. Warren, Felicia J. Wong, Susan R. Holmberg
  • Hardback | Published November 2017
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The Politics of Blackness

Racial Identity and Political Behavior in Contemporary Brazil
Volume 0, Part 0,

The Politics of Blackness

Racial Identity and Political Behavior in Contemporary Brazil
Volume 0, Part 0,

Uneven Urbanscape

Spatial Structures and Ethnoracial Inequality
Volume 0, Part 0,

Uneven Urbanscape

Spatial Structures and Ethnoracial Inequality
Volume 0, Part 0,

The Kings of Mississippi

Race, Religious Education, and the Making of a Middle-Class Black Family in the Segregated South
Volume 0, Part 0,

The Kings of Mississippi

Race, Religious Education, and the Making of a Middle-Class Black Family in the Segregated South
Volume 0, Part 0,