Special Issue "Labour Market Discrimination"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2021.
Interests: unemployment; labour market discrimination; work and health
An important threshold towards sustainable societies is discrimination. Labour market discrimination ensures the sustainable integration of certain individuals and their children (and therefore their prosperity and well-being).
Recent experimental research indicates that recruitment discrimination in particular is a problem on the labour market of OECD countries (shorturl.at/avyNS). This special issue brings together experimental research that contributes to this literature.
This may concern experiments that focus on (i) measuring recruitment discrimination as well as experiments that make a scientific contribution to (ii) explaining or (iii) remedying this problem.
The ground(s) for discrimination to which these experiments are applied, are the grounds based on which unequal treatment is forbidden in at least one state of the United States: race and national origin, gender and pregnancy, religion, disability, (older) age, military service or affiliation, wealth, genetic information, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation and gender identity, political affiliation, union affiliation and physical appearance.
Literature reviews of parts of this experimental literature are also welcome.
Prof. Dr. Stijn Baert
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- labour market discrimination
- sustainable employment