Lost & Overdue Book Policy
Four weeks after a book is due and not returned, a letter or email will be sent reminding the borrower that the book is overdue. If the book is not returned at the end of five weeks, it is declared lost, and the account will be turned over to Business Affairs. If the book is returned before it is turned over to Business Affairs, there will be no charge.
If it is turned over to Business Affairs, the book will be charged on the basis of the cover price or if the book is out of print, a $30.00 charge will be assessed. In addition, there will be a $5.00 service charge for processing. If the book is returned, the cover price can be refunded but the $5.00 service charge is forfeited. The service charge is used to defray mailing costs.
|Title||Who Gets the Good Jobs: Combating Race and Gender Disparities|
|Keywords||racial earnings ratio; noncollege sector; family wage policies; gender earnings ratio; patriarchal price; usual weekly wage; nonprofessional labor markets; racial earnings gap; special admissions policies; black business ownership; female job categories; group profiling; exclusionary barriers; implicit tax rate; special admissions programs; southern capitalists; black freshmen; gender earnings gap; southern wages; marriage price; black ownership; black employment; efficiency wage theory; dependent allowances; marriage bars; New York City; United States; Jim Crow; World War; South Atlantic; Los Angeles; African American; Civil War; Henry Ford; University of Michigan; Government Printing Office; Supreme Court; New Jersey;, Urban Institute; Bureau of the Census; Las Vegas; New Deal; President Clinton; West Point; Barbara Bergmann;, Paul Krugman; South Carolina; Alan Greenspan; Asian American; Claude Steele; race; gender; disparity;|
|Publisher||New Jersey: Rutgers University Press|