Enhancing Diversity through Affirmative Action: What Other Countries Can Learn from the United States' Experience
This chapter reviews the experience in the United States with "affirmative action" in employment and higher education for underrepresented minorities and women, and what it implies for other countries who might consider such policies to help the children of immigrants become better integrated in their economies and societies.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 2010-05-01