Testimony at the Meeting of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Testimony

Testimony at the Meeting of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

April 19, 2006

Abstract

Racial discrimination clearly persists in the labor market, though it is more powerful against some groups of minorities than others. While employer discrimination occurs less frequently than in earlier generations, its direct and indirect effects likely remain important. A range of approaches might be useful in reducing hiring discrimination, though the cost-effectiveness of each is not really known right now.

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