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Does work experience mitigate discrimination?

(2017) ECONOMICS LETTERS. 155. p.35-38
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We test whether ethnic discrimination is heterogeneous by job candidates' work experience. Fictitious applications are sent to vacancies. We find significant discrimination when candidates have no or little experience but no unequal treatment when they have twenty years of experience.

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Baert, Stijn, Andrea Albanese, Sofie du Gardein, Jolien Ovaere, and Jarno Stappers. 2017. “Does Work Experience Mitigate Discrimination? .” Economics Letters 155: 35–38.
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Baert, Stijn, Albanese, A., du Gardein, S., Ovaere, J., & Stappers, J. (2017). Does work experience mitigate discrimination? . ECONOMICS LETTERS, 155, 35–38.
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Baert S, Albanese A, du Gardein S, Ovaere J, Stappers J. Does work experience mitigate discrimination? . ECONOMICS LETTERS. 2017;155:35–8.
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Baert, Stijn, Andrea Albanese, Sofie du Gardein, et al. “Does Work Experience Mitigate Discrimination? .” ECONOMICS LETTERS 155 (2017): 35–38. Print.
@article{8513825,
  abstract     = {We test whether ethnic discrimination is heterogeneous by job candidates' work experience. Fictitious applications are sent to vacancies. We find significant discrimination when candidates have no or little experience but no unequal treatment when they have twenty years of experience.},
  author       = {Baert, Stijn and Albanese, Andrea and du Gardein, Sofie and Ovaere, Jolien and Stappers, Jarno},
  issn         = {0165-1765 },
  journal      = {ECONOMICS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {35--38},
  title        = {Does work experience mitigate discrimination? },
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2017.03.011},
  volume       = {155},
  year         = {2017},
}

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