The Emerging Markets and Higher Education : Development and Sustainability (Garland Studies in Higher Education)
|Matthew S. McMullen, James E. Mauch, Bob Donnorummo|
History and Politics, The Treatment of Capitalism by Historians, The Anticapitalist Bias of American Historians, The Treatment of Capitalism by Continental Intellectuals, The Standard of Life of the Workers in England, 1790-1830, The Factory System of the Early Nineteenth Century
Описание:African American Women and Poverty examines why educational investments by African American women, the group in American society that is most susceptible to being poor, have not reduced poverty as expected. The analysis in this study reveals that the ability of human capital investment to alleviate poverty for African American women differs depending on whether one estimates private or social returns. Tables. Charts. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.