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Predicting the outcomes of single- and multistage selections when applicant pools are small and heterogeneous

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This article presents analytic methods and accompanying computational tools for estimating the expected quality and diversity outcome of general multistage selections when the applicant pool is a finite, typically small sample from a mixture of majority and minority applicant populations. The new methods generalize the analytic estimation of the expected quality of small heterogeneous applicant pool selections from simple, single-stage selection situations to the more general, multistage selection context. In addition, the new methods also compute the sampling variability of the selection quality outcome for these selection decisions.
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adverse impact, personnel selection, UTILITY, SYSTEMS, MIXTURE, QUALITY, DECISIONS, COGNITIVE-ABILITY, ADVERSE IMPACT, Pareto-optimal, selection design, finite applicant pool

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De Corte, Wilfried. 2014. “Predicting the Outcomes of Single- and Multistage Selections When Applicant Pools Are Small and Heterogeneous.” Organizational Research Methods 17 (4): 412–432.
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De Corte, Wilfried. (2014). Predicting the outcomes of single- and multistage selections when applicant pools are small and heterogeneous. ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS, 17(4), 412–432.
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De Corte W. Predicting the outcomes of single- and multistage selections when applicant pools are small and heterogeneous. ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS. 2014;17(4):412–32.
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De Corte, Wilfried. “Predicting the Outcomes of Single- and Multistage Selections When Applicant Pools Are Small and Heterogeneous.” ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS 17.4 (2014): 412–432. Print.
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  abstract     = {This article presents analytic methods and accompanying computational tools for estimating the expected quality and diversity outcome of general multistage selections when the applicant pool is a finite, typically small sample from a mixture of majority and minority applicant populations. The new methods generalize the analytic estimation of the expected quality of small heterogeneous applicant pool selections from simple, single-stage selection situations to the more general, multistage selection context. In addition, the new methods also compute the sampling variability of the selection quality outcome for these selection decisions.},
  author       = {De Corte, Wilfried},
  issn         = {1094-4281},
  journal      = {ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {412--432},
  title        = {Predicting the outcomes of single- and multistage selections when applicant pools are small and heterogeneous},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1094428114537877},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2014},
}

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