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J. Anderson Davis Lecture, Academy of Economics and Finance Annual Meeting, 2005.

This paper was presented as the distinguished invited lecture at the Academy of Economics and Finance meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, on February 11, 2005. An earlier version of the paper was presented at a conference held by the Japanese American Studies Association in Tokyo in June 2004.

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Darity, W. Stratification economics: The role of intergroup inequality. J Econ Finan 29, 144–153 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02761550

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Keywords

  • Return Migration
  • Upward Mobility
  • Racial Inequality
  • Domestic Servant
  • Master Narrative