Policies that directly address the problem of inadequate income are preferable to policies that restrict wage and job flexibility.
The Clinton administration has claimed its proposal to increase the minimum wage would not affect employment; other research supports that a higher minimum wage means fewer jobs.
A discussion of the perceived widening wage gap between skilled and unskilled workers that analyzes the implications of such a gap upon trade in the context of NAFTA.
Four distinguished authorities examine the implications of the Budget Enforcement Act for federal budget policy.
This book provides an analysis of ways to raise national saving and domestically financed investment.
This book discusses financial services, monetary policy, and tax and fiscal policy.
In this volume, the author describes the changes in wages during the 1980s that led to increased rewards in schooling in the labor market.