Comparable Worth: An Economic and Ethical Analysis

Journal of Business Ethics 17 (5):455-470 (1998)
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This article examines the legal, economic, and ethical arguments supporting and opposing comparable worth. The co- authors advance opposing views on the wisdom of adopting comparable worth as a public policy, and those views are not reconciled within the limits of this essay.

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