Class Discrimination? Evidence from Jamaica: A Racially Homogeneous Labor Market

A common concern in audit studies of racial discrimination is that names assigned to a particular race may also proxy for socioeconomic status. We conduct a correspondence study in Jamaica, a predominantly black middle-income country, and find that these concerns may be valid. The evidence from send...

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Volume: 52
Main Author: Spencer, Nekeisha
Urquhart, Mikhail-Ann
Whitely, Patrice
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Los Angeles, CA SAGE Publications 01.03.2020
SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
published in: The Review of radical political economics Vol. 52; no. 1; pp. 77 - 95
ORCID: 0000-0003-3040-8501
Data of publication: 20200300
ISSN: 0486-6134
1552-8502
EISSN: 1552-8502
Discipline: Economics
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