GENDER bias can be hard to measure, especially when it comes in subtle forms. A recently published working paper by Heather Sarsons of Harvard University provides an unusually clear example. It shows that, with all other factors held constant, the gender of surgeons influences how likely doctors are to refer patients to them.
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