Higher minimum wage hurts low-skill workers (Blog)
- November 20, 2013
- David Neumark, economics Chancellor's Professor and Center for Economics & Public Policy director, is quoted by the Mackinac Center November 20, 2013
From the Mackinac Center:
University of California, Irvine professor David Neumark is one of the foremost experts in this area and has written, “Despite a few exceptions that are tirelessly (and selectively) cited by advocates of a higher minimum wage, the bulk of the evidence – from scores of studies, using data mainly from the U.S. but also from many other countries – clearly shows that minimum wages reduce employment of young, low-skilled people.”
For the full story, please visit http://www.mackinac.org/19385.
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