Minimum Wages and Spatial Equilibrium: Theory and Evidence

This paper introduces a spatial equilibrium model that relates earnings, employment, and internal migration responses to minimum wage increases. Population moves to or away from regions that increase minimum wages depending on the labor demand elasticity and on the financing of unemployment benefits...

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Volume: 37
Main Author: Monras, Joan
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: CHICAGO The University of Chicago Press 01.07.2019
published in: Journal of labor economics Vol. 37; no. 3; pp. 853 - 904
ORCID: 0000-0002-0764-9094
Data of publication: 20190701
ISSN: 0734-306X
EISSN: 1537-5307
Discipline: Economics
Online Access: available in Bonn?
Database: Social Sciences Citation Index
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