gender wage gap

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Economic freedom can help improve allocation of human capital for men and women
The gender wage gap is largely explained by differences in the educational and employment choices of men and women.

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Different groups of people earn different amounts of money—and there’s nothing wrong with that

The more carefully researchers control for relevant factors, the narrower gender wage gap they find.

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Employers often have imperfect information about the potential productivity of new hires.

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Ottawa’s new gender pay ‘equity’ law will actually hurt female workers

Ottawa wants to force workplaces to provide free women’s sanitary products to employees.

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University of Toronto Prof. Jordan Peterson said that, when you do multivariate econometrics, it’s not clear there’s a gender wage gap.