Pervasive Prejudice?: Unconventional Evidence of Race and Gender Discrimination

@inproceedings{Ayres2001PervasivePU,
  title={Pervasive Prejudice?: Unconventional Evidence of Race and Gender Discrimination},
  author={Ian Ayres},
  year={2001}
}
If you're a woman shopping for a new car, will you really get the best deal? If you're a man, will you fare better? If you're a black man waiting to receive an organ transplant, will you have to wait longer than a white man? In "Pervasive Prejudice?" Ian Ayres confronts these questions and more. In a series of important studies he finds overwhelming evidence that in a variety of markets - retail car sales, bail bonding, kidney transplantation and FCC licensing - blacks and females are… CONTINUE READING

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