Enforcement of Civil Rights Law in Private Workplaces: The Effects of Compliance Reviews and Lawsuits Over Time

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Has federal antidiscrimination law been effective in moving women and minorities into management? Early studies show that government affirmative action reviews improved the numbers, and rank, of blacks, but evidence of what has happened since 1980 is sparse. There is little evidence that civil rights lawsuits improved the employment status of women or… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kalev2006EnforcementOC, title={Enforcement of Civil Rights Law in Private Workplaces: The Effects of Compliance Reviews and Lawsuits Over Time}, author={Alexandra Kalev and Frank R. Dobbin and Kevin Dobbin and John Donohue and Seema Jayachandran}, year={2006} }