Two new studies diverge on the impact of a higher minimum wage
- January 11, 2017
- David Neumark, economics, is quoted in the Los Angeles Times, Jan. 11, 2017
“They make assumptions very favorable to the view that minimum wages aren’t going to have much of an adverse impact,” says David Neumark, an economist at UC Irvine. “They point to a set of studies that are at one extreme of what people find.”
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