James Bessen in The Record for research on the effects of salary history bans on wages for women and minorities.
Tag: Public Policy
James Bessen writing for The Innovation Frontier Project at the Progressive Policy Institute on policy implications of large-scale IT investment leading to declining competition and increasing inequality.
Erich Denk quoted in Law360 about the effect of salary history bans on wages.
James Bessen, Chen Meng, and Erich Denk cited by the Center for American Progress for their research on the effect of salary history bans on reducing gender pay gaps.
Robert Seamans on Brookings.edu on the need for a “robot census.”
James Bessen quoted in WBUR on the effects of systemic racism on wage inequalities.
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New research on the effects of angel investor tax credits on entrepreneurial activity, raising concerns about using investor subsidies to promote entrepreneurship.
James Bessen, Erich Denk, and Chen Meng cited in Ms. on the effects of salary history bans on the wages of women and Blacks.
James Bessen, Erich Denk, and James Kossuth, in Harvard Business Review on why employers should stop asking applicants about their salary histories, even without a formal salary history ban.
James Bessen interviewed in The Brink on the effects of salary history bans on wages for women and Blacks.