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What's in a name? reconciling conflicting evidence on ethnic names
Kristie M. Engemann ()
Michael T. Owyang , 2006, issue Jan, pages 10-11
The Regional Economist Abstract:
One study shows that Kenya and Hakim might have more trouble getting their resumes noticed than Allison and Brad do. But another study indicates that distinctively African-American names don't lead to worse economic outcomes in adulthood.
Keywords: Discrimination; in; employment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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