Roland Fryer: 2015 John Bates Clark Medalist
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AbstractRoland Fryer is an extraordinary applied microeconomist whose research output related to racial inequality, the US racial achievement gap, and the design and evaluation of educational policies make him a worthy recipient of the 2015 John Bates Clark Medal. I will divide this survey of Roland's research into five categories: the racial achievement gap, education policies and reforms, economics of social interactions, the economics of discrimination and anti-discrimination policies, and further topics involving the black-white racial divide.
CitationKatz, Lawrence F. 2016. "Roland Fryer: 2015 John Bates Clark Medalist." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30 (1): 207-24. DOI: 10.1257/jep.30.1.207
- B31 History of Economic Thought: Individuals
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