Economics of Discrimination

Past Seminar: October 30, 2020 12:30 pm
The Economics of Discrimination was an online seminar series on the economics impact of discrimination across our society. The lectures took place on 30 October, […]

Seminar overview

The Economics of Discrimination was an online seminar series on the economics impact of discrimination across our society. The lectures took place on 30 October, 13 November and 27 November 2020.

How does parental income or the lack of, affect a person’s chances of future success? Do banks discriminate when lending? How is Technology impacting changes in the labour market and could it contribute to an increase in equal employment opportunities? These are a few of the questions we will discuss, as we explore the findings from our latest research – including how policies translate to strategies and actions – and share real-world accounts of organisations and individuals effecting positive change.

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Friday 30 October 
Race and Economic Opportunity – David Williams, Opportunity Insights, Harvard University
David Williams

Friday 13 November
Discrimination and Bank Lending – Ralph De Haas, EBRD
Ralph De Haas

Friday 27 November
Technology Innovation, Inequalities and Gender – Michelle Rendall, Monash University
Michelle Rendall

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