Discrimination Readings

New Legal Realist Research on Discrimination

Albiston, C. Institutional Inequality and the Mobilization of the Family and Medical Leave Act: Rights On Leave, Cambridge University Press (2010)

Albiston, C. “Institutional Inequality”, 2009 Wisconsin Law Review 1093 (2009)

Albiston, C. “Institutional Perspectives on Law, Work, and Family.” 3 Ann. Rev. of Law and Soc. Sci. 397-426 (2007)

Bagenstos, Samuel. “Implicit Bias, ‘Science,’ and Antidiscrimination Law,” 1 Harvard Law & Policy Review 477 (2007).

Bielby, William T. “Minimizing Workplace Gender and Racial Bias”. Contemporary Sociology 29:120-129 (2000)

Donahue, John, and Peter Siegelman. “The Changing Nature of Employment Discrimination Litigation”. Stanford Law Review 43:983-1033 (1991)

Edelman, Lauren. “Legal Environments and Organizational Governance: The Expansion of Due Process in the American Workplace”. American Journal of Sociology 95:1401-1440. (1990).

Gulati, Mitu, and Laura Beth Nielsen: Introduction: A New Legal Realist Perspective on Employment Discrimination, 31 Law & Soc. Inq. 797 (2006)

Heckman, James and Brook Payner. “Determining the Impact of Federal Antidiscrimination Policy on the Economic Status of Blacks: A Study of South Carolina”, American Economic Review 79:138-177 (1976)

Kaiser, Cheryl, and Brenda Major. “A Social Psychological Perspective on Perceiving and Reporting Discrimination”, Law & Social Inquiry 31:801-830 (2006)

Krieger, Linda & Susan Fiske: “Behavioral Realism in Employment Discrimination Law: Implicit Bias and Disparate Treatment.” 94 Cal. L. Rev. 997 (2006).

Mitchell, Thomas: “Destabilizing the Normalization of Rural Black Land Loss: A Critical Role for Legal Empiricism.” 2005 Wisc. L. Rev. 557 (2005).

Nielsen, Laura Beth, and Robert Nelson, Handbook of Employment Discrimination Research: Rights and Realities.Springer (2005)

Pager, Devah. Marked: Race, Crime, and Finding Work in an Era of Mass Incarceration. University of Chicago (2007)

Pager, Devah. “Double Jeopardy: Race, Crime, and Getting a Job”. Wisconsin Law Review 2005: 557-616. (2005).

Sturm, Susan, “Second Generation Employment Discrimination: A Structural Approach.” 101 Colum. L. Rev. 458 (2001)

More Empirical Studies of Discrimination Law “on the ground”