Affirmative Action and the Quality-Fit Tradeoff
March 2016 • Peter Arcidiacono, Michael Lovenheim
From Natural Variation to Optimal Policy? The Importance of Endogenous Peer Group Formation
December 2012 • Scott E. Carrell, Bruce I. Sacerdote, James E. West
University Differences in the Graduation of Minorities in STEM Fields: Evidence from California
February 2012 • Peter Arcidiacono, Esteban M. Aucejo, V. Joseph Hotz
An Analysis of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Michigan in 2006 and 2008
June 24, 2013 • Aaron Danielson
Analysis for Michigan Schuette Brief
Do Racial Preferences Affect Minority Learning in Law Schools?
June, 2013 • Doug Williams
Affirmative Action Bans and the “Chilling Effect”
Does Affirmative Action Lead to Mismatch? A New Test and Evidence
Representation versus Assimilation: How do Preferences in College Admissions Affect Social Interactions?
Given the existence of non-selective universities, the question of whether to employ racial preferences in college admissions reduces to one of optimal allocation of a finite resource: students who are members of under-represented racial or ethnic groups. In this paper, we assess recent legal arguments that racial preferences at selective colleges promote meaningful on-campus interracial interaction…
What Happens After Enrollment? An Analysis of the Time Path of Racial Differences in GPA and Major Choice
University Production Functions and the Choice of College Major: Evidence from California
Is Affirmative Action Responsible For The Achievement Gap Between Black And White Law Students?”: A Correction, A Lesson, and An Update
Affirmative Action in Higher Education in India: Targeting, Catch Up, and Mismatch
An Analysis of the Effects of Proposition 209 Upon the University of California
Do Credential Gaps in College Reduce The Number of Minority Science Graduates?
Class in American Legal Education
The Secret of My Success: How Status, Prestige and School Performance Shape Legal Careers
Why Strict Scrutiny Requires Transparency: The Practical Effects of Bakke, Gratz, and Grutter
Ethnic and Gender Differences in Science Graduation at Selective Colleges with Implications for Admission Policy and College Choice
Do Racial Preferences Reduce Minority Learning in Law Schools?
Revisiting Law School Mismatch: a Comment on Barnes (2007, 2011)
Accreditation and Affirmative Action
To the world outside the college campus or even the professor absorbed in her own field of study, the accreditation process would seem an unlikely battleground for the continuing conflict over how much affirmative action is enough…