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Measuring Disparate Impacts and Extending Disparate Impact Doctrine to Organ Transplantation

Robert Bornholz, James J. Heckman

NBER Working Paper No. 10946
Issued in December 2004
NBER Program(s):   HE   LE

This paper examines the economic and statistical foundations of proposed tests for discrimination. We focus on extension of disparate impact doctrine to new domains.

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Document Object Identifier (DOI): 10.3386/w10946

Published: Bornholz, Robert and James J. Heckman. "Measuring Disparate Imparct and Extending Disparate Impact Doctrine to Organ Transplantation." Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48, 1 (2005): S95-S122.

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