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Employer Hiring Practices: Differential Treatment of Hispanic and Anglo Job Seekers
- H. Cross
- Political Science
- 1 May 1990
In summer 1989, a hiring audit of randomly selected employers in Chicago and San Diego found substantial disparities in the treatment of Hispanic and Anglo job seekers. The audit was designed to… Expand
Colonial Silver Mining: Mexico and Peru
C OLONIAL SILVER MINING began when European techniques of production were introduced into the New World to satisfy the sustained European demand for precious metals. At first the industry formed… Expand
Reproductive health policies and programs in eight countries: progress since Cairo.
Many countries have adopted the Program of Action drafted at the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo. Interviews were conducted in 1997 with stakeholders… Expand
Across the Border: Rural Development in Mexico and Recent Migration to the United States
Reforming operational policies: a pathway to improving reproductive health programs.
This paper focuses on the arena between national policies and the point of service delivery which is the domain of operational policies. It discusses the nature of operational policies stresses the… Expand
Financing the Delivery of Contraceptives: The Challenge of the Next Twenty Years
The developing world has dramatically changed its attitudes and behavior toward fertility in the past 20 years. When the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) started its program in the… Expand
Post-Cairo reproductive health policies and programs: a comparative study of eight countries.
This report presents case studies of reproductive health (RH) and family planning programs and policies in Bangladesh India Nepal Ghana Jordan Senegal Jamaica and Peru. Data were obtained from… Expand
Stewardship and health systems strengthening: An overview
Debt Peonage Reconsidered: A Case Study in Nineteenth-Century Zacatecas, Mexico *
- H. Cross
Against the widely accepted view of the nineteenth-century Mexican peon as a hapless individual caught in perpetual debt bondage to the “company store” of the hacienda on which he spent his short… Expand
Government stewardship and primary health care in Guatemala since 1996