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Ethnic stratification and economic inequality around the world : the end of exploitation and exclusion? / Max Haller in collaboration with Anja Eder.

Author/Creator:
Haller, Max, Dr., author.
Publication:
Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate Publishing Limited, [2015]
Format/Description:
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xx, 397 pages ; 25 cm
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Subjects:
Income distribution.
Equality.
Ethnic groups.
Social classes.
Contents:
The problem, theory and quantitative statistical analysis
World-wide differences in national structures of economic inequality : some basic facts and their view in economics and sociology
Ethnic differentiation, stratification and conflicts in the world today
Ethnic stratification and economic inequality : theory and hypotheses
Complementary epistemological approaches
Income inequality as a result of ethnic heterogeneity and ethno-class exploitation : macro-level quantitative and qualitative analyses
Historical-comparative analysis and case studies
The prevention and the emergence of ethnic differentiation and stratification : a sociological-historical typology
Two roads toward egalitarianism in ethnic homogeneous societies : Sweden and Japan
State socialism as a silver bullet against inequality? : how ethnic-national cleavages and conflicts affected the rise and fate of communist systems
The ethnic hierarchy : India's caste system in comparative perspective
Coloured class structures: Brazil and Hispanic America
Ethno-class regimes : the origins and forces sustaining glaring economic inequality in sub-Saharan Africa
"Separate, but equal" : the characteristics, origins, and aftermaths of apartheid systems
Preconditions and perspectives for peace and equality in ethnically differentiated societies : political implications and conclusions
References.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Eder, Anja, author.
ISBN:
9781409449522 (hardback : alk. paper)
1409449521 (hardback : alk. paper)
9781409449539 (ebook)
9781472401939 (epub)
OCLC:
881848460