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Ability, Schooling, and Race

Kevin Lang and Michael Manove offer very interesting evidence about the links between ability, education, and race in their new American Economic Review article¬†Education and Labor Market Discrimination. My personal excitement about the article comes from the mathematical theory Lang … Continue reading

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  1. Amanda Sozak says:

    I think this is a pretty eye opening test. I have a number of different levels of education in my office, as well as races, and would be intrigued if we can see some similarities if we take some of these tests and gauge our scores. Question, though. When I Google the test I find sites like http://asvabpracticetestonline.com – are these fairly accurate to the actual test?

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