Posted by: Michael Mandel on December 01
Just one more follow-up to my discussion with Robin Hanson about whether there is a consensus among economists about the minimum wage.
One issue that fails to generate consensus is the minimum wage: 37.7 percent want it increased, while 46.8 percent want it eliminated.
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