This study begins by presenting an explanation of the Human Capital Theory and its relation to gender and race. Next, the methodology, data availability and limitations section of the study is presented. Next, the study presents the statistical findings and analysis of the compiled and computed data. Finally, the study presents a discussion section, focusing more attention on the various factors responsible for the wide gender and racial gaps in the statistics presented.Let us take Princeton University, for example, which is very prominent in this section of this study, despite being an entity with ... However, what makes Princeton special and has competed with Harvard for first place in the U.S. News and World Report annual national university rankings in the past decade is the strength of its academic departments (34 of them as of ... Harvard University; (1); Northwestern University (1); University of CaliforniaaSan Diego (1); University of Maryaland (1);anbsp;...
|Title||:||Profile of Contributors to the American Economic Review, 2010: Human Capital Theory, Gender and Race|
|Publisher||:||Scientific Research Publishing, Inc. USA - 2013-08-07|