Friday, November 22 / 1:15 PM - 2:45 PM

Session 124
The Long-Term Impacts of Discrimination: Named-Based Evidence from Sibling Pair Analyses of Linked U.S. Census and Mortality Data

Chair: John R. Warren, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Trevon D. Logan, The Ohio State University

1. I Would Never Date a Man Named Kelly: An Empirical Analysis of Name-Based Gender DiscriminationCami Doman, University of Minnesota; Sami Heller, University of Minnesota; Jenna Herbrand, University of Minnesota; Jenna Swaney; Anneliese Ward, University of Minnesota.

2. What’s in a Name: Regional Naming and Life OutcomesAlexander Beaudin, University of Minnesota; Noah Greensweig, University of Minnesota; Anna Harvatine, University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Kristian, University of Minnesota; Anika Tol, University of Minnesota.

3. The Effects of Having a Distinctively Immigrant Name on Education, Income, Occupation, and Longevity: Evidence from Sibling ComparisonsJonathan Ababiy, University of Minnesota; Amber Anderson, University of Minnesota; Matthew Erkenbrack, University of Minnesota; Nayelli Guerrero, University of Minnesota; Sydney Hackett, University of Minnesota.

4. The Effects of Distinctively African American Names on Life Outcomes: Educational Attainment, Occupational Status, Income, and LongevityCatalina Anampa Castro, University of Minnesota; Tiffany Bui, University of Minnesota; Michael Huynh, University of Minnesota; Guilherme Paes dos Santos.

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