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Profiling the New Immigrant Worker: The Effects of Skin Color and Height
(Journal of Labor Economics, 2008)
Using data from the New Immigrant Survey 2003, this paper shows that skin color and height affect wages among new lawful immigrants to the U.S. controlling for education, English language proficiency, occupation in source ...
The Use and Misuse of Econometric Evidence in Employment Discrimination Cases
(Washington & Lee Law Review, 2014)
Experts routinely criticize three aspects of regression analyses presented by the opposing party in employment discrimination cases: omitted explanatory variables, sample size, and statistical significance. However, these ...