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Does it matter that certain people, or members of certain groups, are less likely to become economists?
 
Does it matter that certain people, or members of certain groups, are less likely to become economists?
  
Efficiency and equity effects A) in allocating people to professions, B) in generating ideas within the discipline, and C) through government policymaking:
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A)  wasted talent
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Provide examples of efficiency and equity effects A) in allocating people to professions, B) in generating ideas within the discipline, and C) through government policymaking:
    unfair opportunity
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B)  inaccurate analysis
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A)  wasted talent and unfair opportunity
    incomplete analysis
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C)  inefficient policy
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B)  inaccurate analysis and incomplete analysis
    inequitable policy
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C)  inefficient policy and inequitable policy

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Does it matter that certain people, or members of certain groups, are less likely to become economists?


Provide examples of efficiency and equity effects A) in allocating people to professions, B) in generating ideas within the discipline, and C) through government policymaking:

A) wasted talent and unfair opportunity

B) inaccurate analysis and incomplete analysis

C) inefficient policy and inequitable policy