During the Presidential debate last night, the issue of women's "pay inequality" in the workplace came up. But is there actually systemic discrimination against women in the workplace that leads them on average to receive about seventy-five cents for every dollar earned by their male counterparts? Or is there an economic reason to explain this disparity?
In this Learn Liberty video, Professor Steve Horowitz takes a closer look at the numbers.
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