We are grateful to the editor and two anonymous referees, G. Charness, R. Croson, W. Güth, D. Neumark, P. Oyer, E. Meyersson Milgrom, A. Riedl, R. Slonim, and P. Wakker for extremely useful comments and suggestions. We have also benefited from comments by participants at the EALE conference in Prague, the ESA International meeting in Montreal, the ESPE conference in Paris, the workshop on gender and the labor market at the University of Stanford, the Max Planck Institute workshop in Ringberg-Tegernsee, and at the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam. We thank R. Zeiliger for programming the experiment. Financial support from the French Ministry of Social Affairs (DREES-MiRE), from the National Agency of Research (ANR, RHISE program, no.045-675/50.0520), and from the Danish Council for Independent Research in the Social Sciences is gratefully acknowledged.
GENDER MATCHING AND COMPETITIVENESS: EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE
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© 2011 Western Economic Association International
Volume 51, Issue 1, pages 816–835, January 2013
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DATTA GUPTA, N., POULSEN, A. and VILLEVAL, M. C. (2013), GENDER MATCHING AND COMPETITIVENESS: EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE. Economic Inquiry, 51: 816–835. doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7295.2011.00378.x
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