RACIAL ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND DISCRMINATION: CONSERVATIVE AND LIBERAL PARADIGMS REVISITED BY DR. ELEAZU OBINNA-Prof. Pan African Studies Dept. JULY 2009. This review focused on the economic organization of race-how and why racial economic outcomes have persisted in the U.S capitalist economy.
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RACIAL ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND DISCRMINATION: CONSERVATIVE AND LIBERAL PARADIGMSREVISITED BY DR. ELEAZU OBINNA-Prof. Pan African Studies Dept. JULY 2009
2. The Liberal model which uses theory of human capital but focused on social causes in explaining racial economic outcomes. The liberal paradigm of offers a different explanation of racial economic outcomes. Liberal analysis- as seen through the writing of Gunnar Myradal, John Kenneth Galbraith, Lester Thurow, William J. Wilson, et; al.