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Point/counterpoint: how much of the gender wage gap is due to discrimination?

Howard Wall () and Alyson Reed

The Regional Economist, 2001, issue Apr, 10-11

Abstract: Not much, says economist Howard Wall. Plenty, says Alyson Reed of the National Committee On Pay Equity.

Keywords: Wages; Discrimination in employment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2001
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