anonymous
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Why would Robert Owen disagree with David Ricardo's view that worker wages should be determined by supply and demand?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Owen believed wages should always be high because workers were the highest social class. Owen believed workers should be compensated in educational opportunities rather than wages. Owen believed wages should reflect a more even distribution of income for workers. Owen believed wages should always be low because workers did their jobs for the greater good.
Nurali
  • Nurali
Owen believed workers should be compensated in educational opportunities rather than wages.
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@Nurali can.u.explain..

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