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Unformatted text preview: He describes Weber’s theory that those who already own larger shares in the market are able to preserve the existing inequality and exacerbate it. For example, the propertied-class usually wins the price wars in labor markets. Then, two types of boundaries perpetuate exclusion: legal and social. This leads to several significant points of discussion: If there are so many barriers to true movement along social and wealth hierarchies, what can the government do to effectively open up opportunities, such as removing legislation that promotes exclusion in the market? Does the government even have incentives to remove these barriers? Then, socially speaking, should there be active policies or programs to promote greater communication between different social groups (i.e. migrant workers and natives)?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course ASIAN 366 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '12 term at University of Michigan.
- Fall '12