Economics
Prof. Wessel’s lecture on gender bias in evaluations includes a discussion of co

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Prof. Wessel’s lecture on gender bias in evaluations includes a discussion of contrast effects. Does she find evidence for/against contrast effects in terms of gender bias? How does she arrive at her conclusions? (That is, how study designed/implemented; what hypotheses tested; what results). What are the likely economic outcomes associated with these results?

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1. She finds evidence for contrast effects in terms of gender bias

2. She analyses the available data and evidence then comes up with this conclusion

3.Hypotheses; bias towards women is real

4. Negative effects generally towards economic growth

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Rice University

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