The minimum wage debate is littered with examples of second‐order consequences that tend to get ignored.
Bloomberg News recently ran a profile of Arin Dube, a Professor of Economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. The story is a powerful one. It explores how Dube went from a 16-year-old burger flipper earning $3.85 at a McDonald’s in Seattle to a leading authority on the minimum wage. With federal legislation proposed to … Continue reading Bloomberg Article Misleads by Omitting Key Detail about Economists Surveyed on $15 Minimum Wage