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Efeitos informais do salário mínimo e pobreza

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  • Marcelo Neri
  • Gustavo Gonzaga

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  • José Márcio Camargo

    () (Department of Economics PUC-Rio)

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This paper evaluates the effectiveness of the minimum wage policy in various segments of Brazilian labor markets. Our basic technique is to quantify corner solutions imposed by the minimum wage. These points are later used as a focalization mechanism in the simulation of upper bounds of the effects of the minimum wage on poverty measures. We highlight two 'informal effects' of the minimum wage, i) the high percentage of informal workers receiving exactly one minimum wage, this enhances the effects of the minimum on poverty, and ii) The use of the minimum wage as a numeraire in wage determination, in particular within the formal sector.
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  • Marcelo Neri & Gustavo Gonzaga & José Márcio Camargo, 1998. "Efeitos informais do salário mínimo e pobreza," Textos para discussão 393, Department of Economics PUC-Rio (Brazil).
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