Introduction: Tribute to Rhonda M. Williams
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- Mason, Patrick and Rhonda M. Williams. “The Janus-Face of Race: Reflections on Economic Theory.” InRace, Markets and Social Outcomes. edited by Patrick Mason and Rhonda M. Williams: 1–12. Boston: Kluwer-Academic Publishers, 1997.Google Scholar
- Nembhard, Jessica Gordon and Rhonda, M. Williams. “How Race Matters: Global Perspectives on Ethnicity and Economic Inequality.” Concept Paper and Funding Proposal. 1998.Google Scholar
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- Williams, Rhonda M. “Accumulation as Evisceration: Urban Rebellion and the New Growth Dynamics.” InReading Rodney King, Reading Urban Uprising, edited by Robert Gooding-Williams: 82–96. New York: Routledge, Chapman, Hall, 1993.Google Scholar
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