July 1, 2014 , , Leave a comment Is there a gender pay gap? Economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, a former Undersecretary of Labor, says no. Mrs. Roth is currently the Director of Economics21 & Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute. Accuracy in Academia, 2 weeks ago
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