Originally Posted by Rohirrim
You're the one who brought up the study. I'm just trying to get you to admit what the policy implications are. That's what it's all about. Even the writer sums up the article with that point.
You tell me what the policy implications are.
The policy implications are that we should do away with quotas for outcomes. Trying to fit a square peg into a round hole is the failure of your ilk and you choose to support artificial outcomes via government led programs. This study simply tells you that's like banging your head against the wall. Repeatedly.