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Field Experiments of Discrimination in the Market Place
Controlled experiments, using matched pairs of bogus transactors, to test for discrimination in the marketplace have been conducted for over 30 years, and have extended across 10 countries.Expand
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An Experimental Investigation of Sexual Discrimination in Hiring in the English Labor Market
Pairs of carefully-matched, written applications were made to advertised job vacancies in England to test for sexual discrimination in hiring. Two standard résumés were constructed for eachExpand
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Testing for racial discrimination in the labour market
Racial discrimination in selection for job interview was measured directly by the experimental technique of "corresponding testing." Carefully-matched pairs of written job applications were sent inExpand
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TESTING FOR SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION IN THE LABOUR MARKET
Sexual discrimination in invitation to job interview was tested by a controlled experimental method of send ing carefully-matched pairs of letters in response to newspaper adver tisements-one from aExpand
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Deceptive Field Experiments of Discrimination: Are They Ethical?
Field experiments in which bogus pairs of transactors test for discrimination by applying for employment or housing, or by trading in product markets, have been widely-published during the lastExpand
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An Experimental Investigation of Age Discrimination in the Spanish Labour Market
In a field experiment of age discrimination, pairs of men aged twenty-seven and forty-seven, inquired, by email, about employment as waiters in twenty five Spanish towns. Discrimination against theExpand
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Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us?
What are field experiments of markets and what does this research tell us about discriminatory behaviour and practices? Field experiments do not aim to draw national conclusions and generalisationsExpand
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An Experimental Investigation of Age Discrimination in the English Labor Market
Carefully-matched pairs of written job applications were made to test for age discrimination in hiring. A twenty-one year-old and a thirty-nine year-old woman applied for jobs where a "new graduate"Expand
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What Do Field Experiments of Discrimination in Markets Tell Us? A Meta Analysis of Studies Conducted Since 2000
  • J. Rich
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 2014
Sixty-seven field experiments of discrimination in markets conducted since 2000 across seventeen countries were surveyed. Significant and persistent discrimination was found on all bases in allExpand
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An Experimental Investigation of Age Discrimination in the French Labour Market
In a field experiment of age discrimination, pairs of men aged twenty-seven and forty-seven, inquired, by email, about employment as waiters in twenty four French towns. The rate of netExpand
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