Racial Test Score Differences as Evidence of Reverse Discrimination: Less than Meets the Eye
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, Vol. 38, 1999
Posted: 8 Feb 2000
Herrnstein and Murray assume that test score gaps between blacks and whites attending the same school or in the same job must result from the application of different selection criteria to blacks and whites. To the contrary, we show that race blind screening processes will normally produce large gaps between the test scores of blacks and whites.
JEL Classification: J15
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