Replication data for: Unintended Effects of Anonymous Résumés

Luc Behaghel, Bruno Crépon & Thomas Le Barbanchon
We evaluate an experimental program in which the French public employment service anonymized résumés for firms that were hiring. Firms were free to participate or not; participating firms were then randomly assigned to receive either anonymous résumés or name-bearing ones. We find that participating firms become less likely to interview and hire minority candidates when receiving anonymous résumés. We show how these unexpected results can be explained by the self-selection of firms into the program...
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