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No, this should not be a major issue. We will very carefully take into account the different sample sizes. Allow me to continue your example: Assume "Resume A" is the the treatment resume and "Resume B" is the control resume, where the treatment has a less advantaged ethnic name (Jamal, Beyonce) and the control resume contains a ...


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They generally measure the probability of getting an interview, not the number of interviews, so that that the number of applications is normalized out. For example, consider Are Emily and Greg More Employable Than Lakisha and Jamal? A Field Experiment on Labor Market Discrimination (AER 2004 with ~5000 citations). We study race in the labor market by ...


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A priori this is difficult to say without any empirical experiment but it is unlikely due to: Price floors do not necessarily lead to more competition on quality. Theoretical models do show that price floors can (depending on parameters) lead to an increase in quality (Bilotkach, 2012 and sources cited therein), but they can also just result in intensifying ...


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I think that what Stigler called 'domestic servant' would be nowadays considered 'domestic worker'. For example, according to the Luebker, Oelz, & Simonovsky (2013). Domestic workers across the world: Global and regional statistics and the extent of legal protection (a technically semi-academic source as it is a technical report but based on comments I ...


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There are legitimate reasons for wanting to send out more to one group than the other - for example, if you need a sample size of at least 100 to have sufficient power to use certain tests, and you wanted to be able to do some in-group comparisons, you might oversample one or the other. Example: You have 1000 jobs available to sample. You want to test the ...


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