Calling for Papers on Reducing Inequality in Organizations!

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note-pad-1206626-mDo you have research on reducing inequality in organizations? ILR Review is now accepting papers for a conference and a subsequent special issue devoted to identifying and developing organizational practices and processes that affect workplace inequality, diversity, and inclusion. Emilio J.Castilla (MIT) and Pamela S.Tolbert (ILR, Cornell) will be the guest editors of the issue.

Potential topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Organizational conditions affecting differential treatment in recruiting, screening, training, and hiring decisions
  • ILR_72ppiRGB_powerpointThe impact of organizational recruitment and selection procedures on hiring (and post-hiring) outcomes
  • Aspects and features of organizations that affect occupational and job-level segregation based on gender and race
  • Conditions facilitating workplace relations in diverse groups and teams inside organizations
  • The effects of various organizational practices and policies on the promotion and retention of women and minorities
  • Organizational arrangements that affect race- and gender-related differences in training, promotion, and compensation outcomes
  • Organizational forms and work arrangements that influence workplace inequality, diversity, and inclusion
  • Differential impacts of social policies and organizational practices on labor market outcomes (e.g., by race and by gender)

Scholars interested in participating should submit a detailed abstract to the ILR Review by February 1, 2015. For more information, including where to submit your abstract, click here!

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