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David Neumark on the employment effects of minimum wages

In a video interview, IZA Fellow David Neumark (University of California, Irvine) talks about the employment effects of minimum wages – one of the most hotly debated issues in labor economics. Although a minimum wage policy is intended to ensure … Continue reading

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The last will: Unequal division between children is more common than you think

There are many reasons why parents may consider distributing their inheritance unevenly among their children. One of them might have a much higher income, or a larger family. Or perhaps the daughter took care of the ill parents while the … Continue reading

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