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Are Equal Pay Arguments Based upon the Labor Theory of Value?

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Tags Free MarketsLabor and WagesPraxeologyValue and Exchange

04/26/2022Connor Mortell
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

Arguments for equal pay are popular in our body politic, but what happens if some of those arguments are based upon the faulty logic of the labor theory of value?

Original Article: "Are Equal Pay Arguments Based upon the Labor Theory of Value?"

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Author:

Connor Mortell

Connor Mortell graduated from Texas Christian University with a BBA in finance, minoring in Chinese language and culture. After graduation, he worked as a legislative aide in the Florida House of Representatives from 2019–21. Currently he is an MBA student at Florida State University. Additionally, he is a graduate of Mises University, where he passed the Mündliche Prüfung Viva Voce Exam on economics.

Original Article: 
Are Equal Pay Arguments Based upon the Labor Theory of Value?