Earlier versions of this article were presented at faculty seminars of the Hebrew University Law Faculty, and Economics Department, Bar Ilan University, Faculty of Law, the Israeli Association of Law and Society 2008 Annual Conference, and at the conference “Empirical Studies of Criminal and Civil Procedures” at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, May 2008. We are grateful for the suggestions and comments made there, and for comments by Adi Ayal, Momi Dahan, Ted Eisenberg, Gideon Fishman, Micha Mandel, Jacob Nussim, Danny Pfeffermann, Jeff Rachlinski, Doron Teichman, Yoram Shachar, Ron Shapira, Tamir Sheafer, Keren Weinshall-Margel, David Weisburd, Gadi Wolfsfeld, and Asaf Zussman. Funding for this study was provided by the Minerva Center for Human Rights at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Additionally, we thank Roni Factor for his advice and assistance with the data analysis, Gal Einav and Attalla Shubash for collecting the data, and Yovav Eshet for research assistance. Any faults that remain are, of course, our own.
Let My People Go: Ethnic In-Group Bias in Judicial Decisions—Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment
Version of Record online: 22 JUL 2010
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Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Volume 7, Issue 3, pages 403–428, September 2010
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Gazal-Ayal, O. and Sulitzeanu-Kenan, R. (2010), Let My People Go: Ethnic In-Group Bias in Judicial Decisions—Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 7: 403–428. doi: 10.1111/j.1740-1461.2010.01183.x
- Issue online: 22 JUL 2010
- Version of Record online: 22 JUL 2010
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