Category Archives: Symposium 2007

Thank You and Evaluation Form Request

Thank you to the participants, speakers and staff who contributed to Friday’s symposium on Economic Opportunity: The Labor and Employment Impact of Proposition 209 at the UCLA Faculty Center. If you registered for the symposium – whether or not you were able to attend – please help us by completing an online survey. It will […]
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Thank You and Evaluation Form Request

Thank you to the participants, speakers and staff who contributed to Friday’s symposium on Economic Opportunity: The Labor and Employment Impact of Proposition 209 at the UCLA Faculty Center. If you registered for the symposium – whether or not you were able to attend – please help us by completing an online survey. It will […]
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Papers Being Presented Today

A Vision Fulfilled? The Impact of Proposition 209 on Equal Opportunity for Women Business Enterprises Monique W. Morris, Michael D. Sumner, Jessica Z. Borja Affirmative Action Programs and Business Ownership among Minorities and Women Robert Fairlie, Justin Marion Diversity Management in America and the Affirmative Action Debate in France Christine Pauwels The Effectiveness of Affirmative […]
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Impact of Prop. 209 on Labor and Employment

Scholars and labor experts will today discuss at UCLA how Prop. 209 has impacted labor and employment in California at a symposium titled “Economic Opportunity in California: The Labor & Employment Impact of Prop. 209.” Proposition 209, California’s anti-affirmative action initiative, went into effect in 1997. Much of the research on Proposition 209 in the […]
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Impact 209 Symposium Still On; Not Impacted by SoCal Fires

The Impact 209 symposium is still on schedule. The firestorms in Southern California (Google Maps) have not impacted UCLA. But please book extra time to arrive at UCLA due to increased traffic conditions.