Economists believe people should get paid according to the value of their output. This is relatively easy to determine when you produce something physical, such as cupcakes. However, measuring if you provide a service (perhaps teaching, or you’re a doctor treating a medical condition) becomes challenging.
Regardless of how you measure the value of the output, the more productive you are, the more valuable you are in the market to potential employers. This is why many economists are against the minimum wage and are for programs that improve an employee’s productivity (such as education and training). There is a surprising agreement on how important education is in minimizing income inequality among economists.
Given this information, what would you recommend to policymakers to reduce poverty and income inequality? What do you think about various school districts having vastly different access to resources around the state or even the country?
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- Write out script for an Oral presentation using the documents and article provided. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-amplify-i-have-mixed-feelings-about-returning-to-the-office-as-a/
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- What were the main regulatory and market differences between the US and India when considering Promotion and Place (distribution)?
- What are the differences between estimating and forecasting demand?
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- Clearly identify the theme of your concept map.
- Define the challenges and opportunities that exist for today’s healthcare leaders.
- Reflect and Relate an introduction to interpersonal communication fifth edition (2018) .
- Does it appear that system-level policymakers have considered the possible consequences that changes to Medicare have on vulnerable patient populations?
- List the differences between Medicare and Medicaid.