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The Black Youth Employment Crisis

Richard Freeman () and Harry Holzer ()

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Date: 1986
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The Black Youth Employment Crisis: Summary of Findings , pp 3-20 Downloads
Richard Freeman and Harry Holzer
Black Youth Nonemployment: Duration and Job Search , pp 23-73 Downloads
Harry Holzer
Transitions between Employment and Nonemployment , pp 75-114 Downloads
John Ballen and Richard Freeman
Layoffs, Discharges and Youth Unemployment , pp 115-143 Downloads
Peter Jackson and Edward Montgomery
The Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis: Are There Teenage Jobs Missing in the Ghetto? , pp 147-190 Downloads
David T. Ellwood
The Demographic Determinants of the Demand for Black Labor , pp 191-232 Downloads
George Borjas
Brothers of a Different Color: A Preliminary Look at Employer Treatment of White and Black Youth , pp 233-260 Downloads
Jerome Culp and Bruce H. Dunson
Do Better Jobs Make Better Workers? Absenteeism from Work Among Inner-City Black Youths , pp 261-298 Downloads
Ronald Ferguson and Randall Filer
Market Incentives for Criminal Behavior , pp 301-351 Downloads
W Viscusi
Who Escapes? The Relation of Churchgoing and Other Background Factors to the Socioeconomic Performance of Black Male Youths from Inner-City Tracts , pp 353-376 Downloads
Richard Freeman
The Effects of Attitudes and Aspirations on the Labor Supply of Young Men , pp 377-401 Downloads
Linda Loury and Glenn Loury
Do Welfare Programs Affect the Schooling and Work Patterns of Young Black Men? , pp 403-441 Downloads
Robert Lerman
Appendix: NBER-Mathematica Survey of Inner-City Black Youth: An Analysis of the Undercount of Older Youths , pp 443-459 Downloads
John Bound

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