Minimum wage surveys are flawed and misleading


It was “fake news” before anyone was familiar with the term: The claim that a 19 percent minimum wage increase in New Jersey in 1992 caused an increase in fast food employment compared to neighboring Pennsylvania. That was the conclusion reported by economists David Card and Alan Krueger, which supposedly tossed cold water on the economic…


Minimum wage surveys are flawed and misleading
Minimum wage surveys are flawed and misleading

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