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Does prestige lead to discrimination in the labor market? Evidence from a labor market field experiment in three countries
Do employers prioritize the name of the university someone graduated from above an applicant's skills in the employment process? 2,400 fictitious applications were submitted to IT and accounting job openings in three countries: United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. The resumes belonged to fictitious citizens, both female and male, that have attended universities of varying prestige in the respective countries. For each sector of the labor market, two resumes were designed. One resumedoi:10.31235/osf.io/jx8qv fatcat:bklxplj2nnfpncl3cqlgf4zdey