In this thorough confrontation of discrimination in the marketplace, Ian Ayres reveals surprising evidence that in many different types of transactions, blacks and women are routinely put at a disadvantage—by unequal offers, unequal policies, and subtle forms of discrimination.
About the Author
Ian Ayres is the William K. Townsend Professor of Law at Yale Law School.
Table of Contents
1 "Untitled" Discrimination
Part I Disparate Treatment
2 Gender and Race Discrimination in Retail Car Negotiations (with Peter Siegelman)
3 Toward Causal Explanation
4 Discrimination in Consummated Transactions
5 Legal Implications
Part II Disparate Impact
6 Unequal Racial Access to Kidney Transplantation (with Laura G. Dooley and Robert S. Gaston)
7 A Market Test for Race Discrimination in Bail Setting (with Joel Waldfogel)
Part III Affirmative Action
8 How Affirmative Action at the FCC Auctions Decreased the Deficit (with Peter Cramton)
9 Expanding the Domain of Civil Rights Empiricism