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Should governments make an effort to reduce the gender pay gap?
Efforts should be made by the government to reduce the gender pay gap.
It is the responsibility of the government to intervene in order to ensure equality.
The Gender pay gap will not solve itself naturally unless the government intervenes.
Having equal pay between men and women would increase economic growth in the long run.
The gender pay gap is a natural phenomenon due to individual choices and strengths. As such, the government should not intervene.
The government is not the right actor to fix the gender pay gap.
Equal pay cannot be considered fair pay, as men deserve more for the work they do.
The gender pay gap does not exist.
There is no government policy capable of resolving the pay gap in a moral way.
By the standard supply-demand economy model, higher pay for women would reduce the demand for female workers, i.e. more women would become unemployed.
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