I saw an interesting sign at a fast food restaurant about the wages they were paying and it fits with something I’ve been saying.
Caller observation: Minimum Wage
In anticipation of my radio appearance tomorrow I put together a chart with data for a frequent caller.
Real and Nominal Minimum Wage
A frequent caller to my radio show talks about the eroded value of the minimum wage, so I thought I would generate a data series to make the discussion clearer.
North Dakota and Minimum Wage
Minimum wage returned to the Jarrod Thomas Show as a topic this week and it seemed appropriate to answer a few questions and respond to a few points in more detail than I could during the program. First, empirically, the outcomes from legislation increasing minimum wages is far from clear. Most people apply a Principles of Microeconomics level analysis and have supply and demand curves and a price floor that drives a wedge. As I say on the radio when this comes up, this is good, as far as it goes, and unfortunately that is not very far.