08 Jun '11, 1pm

Reviving The Minimum Wage Debate (Part 4): The Online Citizen

Reviving The Minimum Wage Debate (Part 4): The Online Citizen

Thus far, those supporting the implementation of a minimum wage tend to emphasise its social benefits, but neglect the economic argument. With these articles, I have tried to contribute to this debate by showing that there is a strong economic argument for a minimum wage. I hope this series of articles have given a more in depth understanding of the implications of minimum wage and also show that there is more to just simplistic arguments for or against minimum wage.

Full article: http://theonlinecitizen.com/2011/06/reviving-the-minimum-...

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