Minimum Wage References

*In order of mention in the op-ed "On the Minimum Wage" published March 2018

Kuehn, D. (2014). The importance of study design in the minimum-wage debate. [Issue Brief #384]. Economic Policy Institute. Retrieved from https://www.epi.org/publication/importance-study-design-minimum-wage-debate/ 

Neumark, D., Ian Salas, J. M., & Wascher, W. (2014). Revisiting the minimum wage-employment debate: Throwing out the baby with the bath water? ILR Review. Retrieved from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/00197939140670S307 

Jardim, E., Long, M. C., Plotnick, R., van Inwegen, E., Vigdor, J., & Wething, H. (2017). Minimum wage increases, wages, and low-wage employment: Evidence from Seattle. [Working Paper #23532]. National Bureau of Economic Research. Link to PDF

Powell, D. (2017). Synthetic control estimation beyond case studies: Does the minimum wage reduce employment? [Working Paper #1142]. RAND Labor and Population. Link to PDF

 

 

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