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2015 | 13 (19) | 221-250
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Problemy z próbami, dyskryminacją rasową i edukacją: ekonometria i zagadnienia społeczne w pracy Jamesa J. Heckmana (nagroda imienia Nobla, 2000)

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Samples, racial discrimination and education: econometrics and social issues in the work of James J. Heckman (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, 2000)
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James J. Heckman, the economist belonging to the so-called Chicago School, was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 2000. His main contribution to microeconomics was developing methods for handling selective samples in a statistically satisfactory way. In social sciences Heckman is one of the main researchers of racial discrimination and education, with the special regard to the noncognitive aspects of the early education.
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