Field Experiments of Discrimination in the Market Place

@article{Riach2002FieldEO,
  title={Field Experiments of Discrimination in the Market Place},
  author={P. Riach and Judith Rich},
  journal={Behavioral & Experimental Economics},
  year={2002}
}
  • P. Riach, Judith Rich
  • Published 2002
  • Economics
  • Behavioral & Experimental Economics
  • 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. Significant, persistent and pervasive levels of discrimination have been found against nonwhites and women in labour, housing and product markets. Rates of employment discrimination against non-whites, in excess of 25% have been measured in Australia, Europe and North America. A small number of experiments… CONTINUE READING

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