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Raising the Floor: The effects of the minimum wage on low-wage workers
Raising the Floor: The effects of the minimum wage on low-wage workers
By: William E. Sprigs and Bruce W. Klein


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book, 92 pages, 8.5" x 11" (paper), 1994
The authors use a new survey to show that the minimum wage has no deleterious effect on employment levels, and analyze wage data to show that the minimum rate plays a major role in determining the wages of low-wage workers earning more than the minimum.

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