Identity economics
George A. Akerlof
An edition of Identity economics (2010)

Identity economics

how our identities shape our work, wages, and well-being

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An edition of Identity economics (2010)

Identity economics

how our identities shape our work, wages, and well-being

  • 4.00 ·
  • 1 Ratings
  • 1 Want to read
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  • 1 Have read
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Language
English
Pages
185

This work bridges a critical gap in the social sciences. It brings identity and norms to economics. People's notions of what is proper, and what is forbidden, and for whom, are fundamental to how hard they work, and how they learn, spend, and save.

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Identity economics: how our identities shape our work, wages, and well-being
2010, Princeton University Press
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Identity economics
Identity and norms in utility
Where we fit into today's economics
Identity and the economics of organizations
Identity and the economics of education
Gender and work
Race and minority poverty
Identity economics and economic methodology
Conclusion, and five ways identity changes economics.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
306.3
Library of Congress
HB74.P8 A4944 2010

The Physical Object

Pagination
vi, 185 p. :
Number of pages
185

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24585662M
ISBN 10
0691146489
ISBN 13
9780691146485
LCCN
2009038216
OCLC/WorldCat
440282060

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