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Measuring Discrimination in the Labour Market


This paper presents a survey of the estimation methods available to measure discrimination in the labour market. We review the most widespread methodology that the profession uses in order to evaluate discrimination. Discrimination may occur at three main stages in the labour market: hiring, wage setting and promotion. Most empirical studies deal with the two first discrimination types. In a first section, we will present the evaluation in hiring discrimination and, in a second section, the evaluation of wage discrimination.
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hal-03243412 , version 1 (31-05-2021)


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Emmanuel Duguet. Measuring Discrimination in the Labour Market. 2021. ⟨hal-03243412⟩
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