Discrimination
In Becker's model of employers' taste for discrimination, employers behave as if the wage of minority workers, w
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equals the wage of other workers, w,
divided by d, where d is known as the discrimination coefficient
divided by (1+d), where d is known as the discrimination coefficient
multiplied by d, where d is known as the discrimination coefficient
multiplied by (1+d), where d is known as the discrimination coefficient
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