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Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us?

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Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us? / Rich, Judy.

Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination. ed. / L. Bond; F. McGinnity; H. Russell. Dublin : Liffey Press, 2010. p. 48-63.

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Harvard

Rich, J 2010, Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us? in L Bond, F McGinnity & H Russell (eds), Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination. Liffey Press, Dublin, pp. 48-63.

APA

Rich, J. (2010). Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us? In L. Bond, F. McGinnity, & H. Russell (Eds.), Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination (pp. 48-63). Liffey Press.

Vancouver

Rich J. Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us? In Bond L, McGinnity F, Russell H, editors, Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination. Dublin: Liffey Press. 2010. p. 48-63

Author

Rich, Judy. / Measuring discrimination: what do field experiments of markets tell us?. Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination. editor / L. Bond ; F. McGinnity ; H. Russell. Dublin : Liffey Press, 2010. pp. 48-63

Bibtex

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