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Pager, Devah

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Pager, Devah
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Employment (3) Labor Law (3) Penology (3) Race, Ethnicity, and the Law (3) Discrimination (2) Employment Practice and the Law (2) Evidence (2) Gender and the Law (2) Social Group Issues (2) Civil Rights, Generally (1)
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Cited by Articles (5+ Years)
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Cited by Cases (0-5 Years)
2
Cited by Cases (5+ Years)
0
Accessed (Past 12 Months)
109
ScholarRank 13,590

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Average Citations per Document
5.45
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New Legal Realism Symposium: Is It Time for a New Legal Realism: II. New Legal Realism in Action: Exemplary Research - A. Law, Poverty, and Land
Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 2005, Issue 2 (2005), pp. 617-662
Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times)
2005 Wis. L. Rev. 617 (2005)
Journal of Law & Economics, Vol. 56, Issue 3 (August 2013), pp. 633-690
Fryer, Roland G. Jr. (Cited 27 times); Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times); Spenkuch, Jorg L. (Cited 11 times)
56 J.L. & Econ. 633 (2013)
Cited by 11 Articles
Accessed 14 Times
Criminal Records, Employment, & Recidivism: Reaction Essay
Criminology and Public Policy , Vol. 5, Issue 3 (August 2006), pp. 505-514
Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times)
5 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y 505 (2006)
Cited by 5 Articles
Accessed 12 Times
University of Chicago Legal Forum , Vol. 2009, Issue 1 (2009), pp. 317-344
Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times); Western, Bruce (Cited 100 times); Pedulla, David (Cited 4 times)
2009 U. Chi. Legal F. 317 (2009)
Cited by 4 Articles
Accessed 14 Times
Punishment and Society, Vol. 10, Issue 4 (October 2008), pp. 375-400
Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times)
DOI: 10.1177/1462474508095317
10 Punishment & Soc'y 375 (2008)
Cited by 1 Article
Accessed 23 Times
Inequality and Punishment: A Turning Point for Mass Incarceration?
Bayesian Bigot? Statistical Discrimination, Stereotypes, and Employer Decision Making
Sequencing Disadvantage: Barriers to Employment Facing Young Black and White Men with Criminal Records
Young Disadvantaged Men: Reactions from the Perspective of Race
The Use of Field Experiments for Studies of Employment Discrimination: Contributions, Critiques, and Directions for the Future
Social Stratification and Inequality
Social Forces, Vol. 96, Issue 3 (March 2018), pp. 1039-1068
Lundquist, Jennifer Hickes (Cited 1 times); Pager, Devah (Cited 60 times); Strader, Eiko (Cited 1 times)
96 Soc. F. 1039 (2017-2018)

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