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July 1990, Vol. 113, No. 7
Raising the minimum wage: effects on family poverty
Ronald B. Mincy
Research Associate, Urban Institute. Laura Wheaton, Susan Weiner, and Jonathan Parker provided computational and research assistance.
A study of household data demonstrates that increases in the minimum wage reduce poverty among families more then previously estimated. This article examines the effects that raising the minimum was has on family poverty.
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