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  2. Official publications
  • Abbott, E., ‘Employment of women in industries: cigar-making—its history and present tendencies’, Journal of Political Economy, XV (1907), pp. 125.
  • Altonji, J. G. and Blank, R. M., ‘Race and gender in the labor market’, in O. C. Ashenfelter and D. Card , eds., Handbook of labor economics, vol. 3c (Amsterdam, 1999), pp. 31443159.
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  • Arrow, K. J., ‘What has economics to say about racial discrimination?’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12 (1998), pp. 91100.
  • Ashenfelter, O. and Hannan, T., ‘Sex discrimination and product market competition: the case of the banking industry’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 101 (1986), pp. 149174.
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  • Becker, G. S., ‘Human capital, effort, and the sexual division of labor’, Journal of Labor Economics, 3 (1985), pp. S33S58.
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Official publications

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  2. Official publications
  • Historical statistics of the United States 1789–1945: a supplement to the statistical abstract of the United States (Washington DC, 1949).
  • Kommerskollegii, Bidrag till Sveriges officiella statistik. S, Fabriker och manufakturer 1863 (Stockholm, 1865).
  • Kommerskollegii, Bidrag till Sveriges officiella statistik. D, Kommerskollegii underdåniga berättelse 1863–1910 (Stockholm, 1865–1912).