An Argument Against Raising the Minimum Wage
An economic analysis of the pros and cons of raising the minimum wage, including the Republican vs. Democrat viewpoint. Concludes from points raised that raising the minimum wage would harm society and the economy rather than help it.
# 1000 | 1,579 words | 2 sources | 1999 |
Published on Aug 23, 2001 in Economics (Macro) , Economics (Labor) , English (Argument) , Economics (General)
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This is an economic paper that argues that although partially beneficial, raising the minimum wage would in fact harm society and the economy more than it would help. The Republican versus Democratic views are compared and contrasted. Moreover, many economic issues such as the business cycle, and supply and demand, and taxes are implied and/or discussed.
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