Analyze the effects of discrimination in labor markets, Macroeconomics

To analyze the effects of discrimination in labor markets, use supply and demand curves for labor, with the demand curves representing the value of the marginal product, show the effects of discrimination on wage rates and explain what would happen in the marker over time.

 

 

 

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