On Racial Discrimination in Hiring

When Quillian et al. (2017) meta-analyzed the research on hiring discrimination they found that black applicants received 36% fewer call backs than white applicants even when the submitted applications were identical in every way other than the race implied by the applicant's name. This sort of evidence is often pointed to as among the most … Continue reading On Racial Discrimination in Hiring

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Race, Wealth, and Economic Freedom in North and South America

Previously, it has been shown that variation in intelligence and mean socio-economic status between the nations of North and South America can be partially accounted for by national variation in racial genetic admixture which in turn correlations with regional cognitive ability. It is also well known that, in the United States, Whites are more likely … Continue reading Race, Wealth, and Economic Freedom in North and South America