PSC Brownbag Series: Racial Discrimination in Context: The Role of Organizational Policies and Practices in Hiring Discrimination
David Pedulla (Harvard University)
Hiring discrimination persists against Black job applicants in the United States, serving as a key force in the reproduction of social and...
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The University of Michigan's Population Studies Center (PSC) was established in 1961, originally as a unit within the Department of Sociology. In 1966 the Center established close connections to the Department of Economics, and since that time has become increasingly interdisciplinary, currently drawing faculty from more than a dozen academic disciplines.
Center affiliates are population researchers who pursue independent research with the support of Center staff. PSC supports a large portfolio of both domestic and international research in several key areas of demographic research: Health and Social Inequalities; Social-Biological Interactions; Population Health and Well-being; Families, Fertility, and Children; Population Dynamics; and Methodologies and Data.