Presented by Purdue Center for Economic Education
Please join PCEE for the next EconVersations event, Measuring Discrimination in Labor Markets, with Krannert School of Management Associate Professor of Economics Tim Bond.
Tim will provide a brief overview of the history of racial discrimination with a focus on the definition and impact of two kinds of discrimination in labor markets: prejudice and statistical discrimination. PCEE staff will also share ideas for resources and approaches to teaching the topic to your students.
Join us for:
Measuring Discrimination in Labor Markets
Thursday, November 12, 2020
4-6 p.m. Eastern on Zoom
Please register here by November 9.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email.
Our EconVersations speaker, Tim Bond, teaches undergraduate courses in racial and gender discrimination. He has published research on prejudice in employment, income segregation, and racial differences in standardized test scores, and has shared his expertise with organizations all over the world, including the National Bureau of Economic Research in the U.S., the Royal Economic Society in the U.K., the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris, France, and the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany.
Questions? Please contact PCEE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you online November 12!