Measuring Disparate Impacts and Extending Disparate Impact Doctrine to Organ Transplantation
This paper examines the economic and statistical foundations of proposed tests for discrimination. We focus on extension of disparate impact doctrine to new domains.
|Date of creation:||Dec 2004|
|Publication status:||published as 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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