In one of a series of papers published by the Hamilton Project, David Neumark of the
University of California, Irvine, described a plan in which the federal government
could subsidize the wages of newly hired workers in extremely poor areas. The subsidies
would be 100 percent at first before tapering off — in hope of pulling more people
into the labor force so they can develop skills that will allow them to earn a nonsubsidized
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