Spatial mismatch or racial mismatch?

We contrast the spatial mismatch hypothesis with what we term the racial mismatch hypothesis — that the problem is not a lack of jobs, per se, where blacks live, but a lack of jobs where blacks live into which blacks are hired. We first report new evidence on the spatial mismatch hypothesis, using d...

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Volume: 64
Main Author: Hellerstein, Judith K
Neumark, David
McInerney, Melissa
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: SAN DIEGO Elsevier Inc 2008
ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Elsevier
Elsevier B.V
published in: Journal of urban economics Vol. 64; no. 2; pp. 464 - 479
Data of publication: 2008
ISSN: 0094-1190
1095-9068
EISSN: 1095-9068
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Discipline: Sociology & Social History
Economics
Series: Journal of Urban Economics
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