The issue is here, I was sent this summary of the articles:
Race between Education and Technology is the title of a new
book by Claudia Goldin and Lawrence Katz. In a review essay, Arnold Kling
and John Merrifield hail the book for its formulation of the problem and
theoretical core, but find ideological distortions in the execution,
diagnosis, and prescriptions.
Are the most capable women and the most
capable men equally capable? Previously, Garett Jones, John
Johnson, and Catherine Hakim questioned Christina Jonung's and
Ann-Charlotte StÃ¥hlberg's call for more women in economics. Now
Jonung and StÃ¥hlberg respond.
John Donohue reply to Carlisle Moody and Thomas Marvell.
zigzag: Micha Gisser, James McClure, Giray Ökten, and Gary
Santoni investigate the upward-sloping segment of Gary Becker's (1991)
Blair Jenkins reviews an Econlit-based sample of articles on rent