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The Statistics of Discrimination: Using Statistical Evidence in Employment Discrimination Cases, 2020-2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781539268185
Service #: 13517322
Sub #: 13517321
Pages: 490
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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The Statistics of Discrimination: Using Statistical Evidence in Discrimination Cases provides the background in statistical analysis needed to apply such analysis to evolving areas of employment discrimination law.

It discusses the models developed to prove employment discrimination and introduces statistical reasoning. The text explores how statistical analysis is used by focusing on Title VII employment discrimination cases.

It also focuses on both the individual and the systematic disparate treatment models and gives a clear and practical explanation of disparate impact.

Citations to hundreds of cases in which statistical analysis was used to prove discrimination are included. This volume contains sufficient background in statistical analysis to comprehend, assess, and use the numbers to your advantage. This book is useful for attorneys, judges, professors, or policy makers in employment law.