Real Minimum Wage and Growth Theory: Simulations and Some Policy Results
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- Manmohan Lal Agarwal & Bharat Hazari & Cheuk-Yin Ho, 2007. "Real Minimum Wage and Growth Theory: Simulations and Some Policy Results," Journal of Economic Policy Reform, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 10(3), pages 163-176.
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KeywordsMinimum wage; decay; growth; unemployment;
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