Arising Economic Discrimination

Economic discrimination occurs while: (1) economic rents are received by resource suppliers. (2) wages are proportional to workers’ differing productive contributions. (3) household incomes differ because of different resource ownership. (4) pure competition results in exploitation of labor. (5) equivalent workers receive various wages even if their potential productivity is similar.

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