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The Great Black Migration and Competition in Northern Labor Markets

In this podcast, UCLA Associate Professor of Economics Leah Boustan discusses the Great Black Migration that took place in the United States from 1915 to 1970 and how competition from migrants from the South affected wages in Northern labor markets.

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Employment, Immigration, Inequality & Mobility, Labor Market, Racial/Ethnic Inequality

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