Image:  Prior studies have found evidence of name-based discrimination in hiring. But while such research often used fake applications to examine how would-be employers responded to names distinctively associated with a particular race or gender, one new preliminary study looks at name fluency: how long it takes to a pronounce an applicant’s name. In addition to studying name discrimination from a new angle, this working paper is also based on the real-world employment outcomes of some...


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