Hiring pressures to diversify are influencing patterns of discrimination in unexpected ways

In 2004, a pair of economists published a landmark study to measure discrimination in the labor market. In the study, the researchers applied to real job openings with fictitious applicants but changed the applicant names to reflect a different gender or race.

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