banning workplace discrimination not only morally correct but good for the economy

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    How do you conclude that without figures of how the growth would have been otherwise?
     
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    the study did it a few ways by using models and statistical applications comparing areas that saw more declines in discrimination; they also measured total earnings/production and what contributed to them after and proceeding less discrimination and so forth
     
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    So in other words, conclusions are based on assumptions and thus not very reliable.
     

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