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U.S. | Due for a raise in the Minimum Wage

Here’s an unhappy observation about the minimum wage: Congress last increased the rate in stages in 2006, topping it out at $7.25 an hour in 2009, or $15,080 a year. That amount, when adjusted for inflation, is actually lower than what a minimum-wage worker earned in 1968 and is too meager to offer anyone the … Continue reading

Minimum Wage | Options for a radical reform

Professor Alan Manning, Head of the Economics Department at the London School of Economics where he has taught since 1989, takes steps back from the current annual debate about the appropriate but small rise in the value of the minimum wage to ask a bolder question: are there more radical reforms of the minimum wage that … Continue reading

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