It’s not always the perpetrator who pays for sexual harassment at work

The #MeToo movement has made people pay much more attention to the problem of sexual harassment and violence at work. The stories that hit the headlines are often about powerful men who managed to avoid career repercussions for years. Now, economists are beginning to use real-world data to study incidents of everyday harassment and assault in ordinary workplaces which never make the news. As with the rich and famous, they are finding that it’s not always the #perpetrators who pay the highest price.

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