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98 WOMEN, WORK, AND WAGES 1975 Human Capital: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis, With Special Reference to Education. Second Edition. New York: National Bureau of Economic Rc- scarch. Bergmann, Barbara R. 1971 "the effects on white incomes of discrimination in employment.'' Journal of Political Economy 79 (March/April):294 313. "Occupational segregation' wages and profits when employers discriminate by race or sex." Eastern Economic Journal 1 (April/July):10~10. Bibb, Robert, and William H. For`.` 1977 "The effects of industrial, occupational. and sex stratification on wages in blue- collar markets." Social Forces 55 (June):97096. Bickner, Mel Liang 1974 Women at Work: An Annotated Bibliography. Los Angeles: University of California, Institute of Industrial Relations. Manpower Research Center. Birnbaum, Michael H. 1979 "Procedures for the detection and correcti.on of salary inequities." Pp. 121 44 in T. R. Pezzullo and B. E. Bnttingham (ads.), Salary Equity: Detecting Sex Bias in Salaries Among College and University Professors. Lexington. Mass.: Lexington Books. Blau, Prancinc D. 1977 Equal Pay in the Office. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books. Blau, Francine D., and Carol L. Jusenius 1976 "Economists' approaches to sex segregation in the labor market: an appraisal." Pp. 181-99 in Martha Blaxall and Barbara Reagan feds.), Women and the Workplace: The Implications of Occupational Segregation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Blucstone, Barry 1970 "The tripartite economy: labor markets and the working poor." Poverty and Human Resource Abstracts 5 (July/August):1~35. Bluestone, Barry, William 1~. Murphy. and Mary H. Stevenson 1973 Low Wages and the Working Poor. Ann Arbor. Mich.: IJniversity of Michigan, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. Bridges, William P., and Richard A. Berk 1974 "Determinants of white-collar income: an evaluation of equal pay for equal work." Social Science Research 3 (September):211-34. 8uchele, Robert 1976 "Jobs and workers: a labor market segmentation perspective on the work cx- pcnencc of middlc-a~cd men." Unpublished paper submitted to the Secretary of Labors Conference on the National Longitudinal Survey of the Pre-Rctire- ment Years, Boston. Buckley, J. 1971 "Pay differences between men and women in the same job." Monthly Labor Review 94 (November):36 39. Cain, Glen 1976 "Lee challenge of segmented labor market theories to orthodo% theory: a sur- lacy." Journal of Economic Literature 14 (Dccember):121~57. Chamberlain, Neil, and Donald Cullen 1971 Lee Labor Sector. New York: McGraw Hill. auistensen v. Iowa 1977 563 F.2d 353, ITS. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. 1974
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