Statistical Discrimination
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A related form of statistical discrimination is founded on group variances, presuming equal averages. For discrimination that occur in this circumstances, the decision maker should be risk averse; a decision maker will choose to group with the bottom variance. Even presuming two theoretically equivalent group distributions, a risk adverse decision maker will choose to group for which in turn a measurement is out there that minimizes this error term.

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