Harvard University placed famed economist Roland Fryer Jr. on a two-year administrative leave on Wednesday after determining he had violated the school’s sexual-harassment policy by engaging in inappropriate behavior involving multiple individuals. A former employee first filed a complaint against the professor in 2017 under Title IX, the federal statute that prohibits sex-based discrimination by schools. Harvard’s Office for Dispute Resolution reviewed two other complaints—which can come directly from a complainant or be…

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