Discrimination and job-uncertainty Frijters, P.

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Author
Frijters, P.
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Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
Subjects
Economics; Stochastic analysis -- Research; Social conflict -- Research
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Academic
Summary
An infinite-period game was constructed to prove that discrimination can happen within perfectly similar groups if conditions permit both employers and employees to be uncertain about existing jobs in the future. The assumption supposes that competition arises from a contention over scarce resources. Results show discrimination to arise from a contention between unions of employers and employees for jobs.
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165430

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