How economists learned to love minimum wage hikes
- April 15, 2021
- David Neumark, economics, Reason, April 15, 2021
Still, there are dissenters. They include University of California, Irvine, [Distinguished
Professor of economics], David Neumark, who in January co-authored a survey that looked
at 30 years of economic research on the minimum wage. That paper, also published by
the National Bureau of Economic Research, found that a "clear preponderance"—almost
80 percent—of minimum wage studies since the beginning of the Clinton administration
concluded that hikes cost jobs.
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