Research and commentary: as sessions begin, no state legislatures should consider minimum wage hikes
- January 15, 2021
- Work by David Neumark, economics, in The Heartland Institute, Jan. 15, 2021
A 2007 study from economists at the University of California-Irvine and the Federal Reserve Board comprehensively examined the body of work on the subject and found 85 percent of the studies they considered credible demonstrate minimum wage hikes cause job losses for less-skilled employees.
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