Impact of Employer Discrimination.docx

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Department
Economics
Course
ECON 2P03
Professor
Krishnakali Sen Gupta
Semester
Winter

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Impact of Employer Discrimination How do Francophones respond? - They offer to work for less - Wage falls- equally talented players are paid less How do employers respond? -Artificially restrict choice of employees -productivity of favoured workers may fall - Pay of favoured workers driven up (They will be get paid as opposed to equally talented francophone) If you discriminate, you get to work with the players you like  but, you’ll be paying more and you’ll have less talented players on your rosters Winners and Losers from Employer Discrimination -Francophone players lose -- Pay is lower and fewer are hired -Anglophone players are winners -pay is higher and more are hired -less qualified players are hired Employer’s side: prejudiced employers lose - They pay more for worse Anglophone players - Francophones’ lower pay offsets psychic cost Unprejudiced employers are winners: They get better players at a lower pay Profits and Discrimination They have bigger profit margins As more unprejudiced employers enter, wages are
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