Order in the Court: How Firm Status and Reputation Shape the Outcomes of Employment Discrimination Suits:
American Sociological Review, pp. 61-87, 2018.
This article explores the mechanisms by which corporate prestige produces distorted legal outcomes. Drawing on social psychological theories of status, we suggest that prestige influences audience evaluations by shaping expectations, and that its effect will differ depending on whether a firm’s blameworthiness has been firmly established....More
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