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The Fenigstein Effect

David Zilberman, professor, agriculture and resource economics | May 18, 2015

Every year during graduation season, I encounter many students who are nervous about the job market. Surprisingly, many worry not only about their technical qualifications, but that they don’t look the part. Some of these students probably listen to the media and studies that have found that good-looking men are considered more competent and good-looking … Continue reading »