A methodology for identifying the impacted groups in referee discrimination studies
Kevin Mongeon () and
Applied Economics Letters, 2013, vol. 20, issue 5, 416-419
This article presents an empirical methodology that allows one to identify the group being discriminated against by sport referees. Reestimating Price and Wolfers (2010, PW) discrimination in foul-calling analysis with our methodology, we find evidence that only black players are discriminated against.
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