But Affirmative Action hurts Us! Race-related beliefs shape perceptions of White disadvantage and policy unfairness
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- Beaurain, Guillaume & Masclet, David, 2016. "Does affirmative action reduce gender discrimination and enhance efficiency? New experimental evidence," European Economic Review, Elsevier, vol. 90(C), pages 350-362.
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KeywordsAffirmative Action Modern racism Collective relative deprivation Perceptions of White disadvantage Justice Social identity;
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