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cross-national analysis of the effects of minimum wages on youth employment

David Neumark

cross-national analysis of the effects of minimum wages on youth employment

by David Neumark

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth -- Employment -- OECD countries -- Econometric models.,
  • Unemployment -- Effect of wages on -- OECD countries -- Econometric models.,
  • Minimum wage -- OECD countries -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEffects of minimum wages on youth employment
    StatementDavid Neumark, William Wascher.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 7299, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 7299.
    ContributionsWascher, William L., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 7299
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27, [21] p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22394508M

      The debate about the effect increases in the minimum wage have on employment is ongoing. Some studies find either no or only a small effect . 9. The Swedish Youth Labor Market in Boom and Depression Per-Anders Edin, Anders Forslund, and Bertil Holmlund Young and Out in Germany: On Youths’ Chances of Labor Market Entrance in Germany Wolfgang Franz, Joachim Inkmann, Winfried Pohlmeier, and Volker Zimmermann Minimum Wages and Youth Employment in France and the United States.

    Minimum wages, labor market institutions, and youth employment a cross-national analysis / "We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period , focusing on the impact of . "Minimum Wages, Labor Market Institutions, and Youth Employment: a Cross-National Analysis." Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 57(2): The authors estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period

    Recent research on employment effects of minimum wages The earliest studies of the employment effects of minimum wages used only national variation in the U.S. minimum wage. They found elasticities between − and − for teens ages 16–19, and . The author investigates effects of minimum wage rates on low-skilled, female low-skilled, and youth employment. The sample consists of 19 Organisation for Economic Co .


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Cross-national analysis of the effects of minimum wages on youth employment by David Neumark Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A cross-national analysis of the effects of minimum wages on youth employment. [David Neumark; William L Wascher; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising sixteen OECD countries for the period   The authors estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period – The average effects they find are consistent with the view that minimum wages cause employment losses among by: Get this from a library.

A cross-national analysis of the effects of minimum wages on youth employment. [David Neumark; William L Wascher; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. A Cross-National Analysis of the Effects of Minimum Wages on Youth Employment David Neumark, William Wascher.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Labor Studies, Children We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising sixteen OECD Cited by: Downloadable.

We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising sixteen OECD countries for the period We pay particular attention to the impact of cross-country differences in minimum wage systems and in other labor market institutions and policies that may either reduce or amplify the effects of.

institutions influence the effects of minimum wages by exploiting cross-national variation in the minimum wage. In particular, we estimate the effects of minimum wages on youth employment rates using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period The countries.

Abstract. We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the periodfocusing on the impactof cross-country differences in minimum wage systems and in otherlabor market institutions and policies that may either offset or amplify the effects of minimum wages.

A study of the effects of minimum wages across OECD countries also shows negative effects of minimum wages on the employment of youth, but the negative effects vary considerably across countries [7]. In particular, the effects are larger the more restrictive a country’s labor standards and the higher its labor union coverage.

The. either zero or positive effect of minimum wage on low-skill employment used short panel data (Neumark and Wascher, ). This analysis might have been conducted within a very short period of time. This time is not sufficient to capture the full effects of wage changes, since a reasonable time is required in order to experience total adjustment.

The key empirical takeaway is that the exceptions in recent work that find no evidence of employment effects, generally come from one specific way of estimating the employment effects of minimum wages—focusing on geographically-proximate ile, several other methods in the most recent research, which also confront the same.

The purpose of this article is to estimate minimum wage effects on youth employment in the European Union (EU). The analysis employs a panel regression method with fixed effects and uses data for. Labour market policies such as National Minimum Wages (NMW) are widely used in different countries to reduce poverty and inequality.

Given the high and rising rate of youth unemployment in South Africa, we ask the question: how might a NMW affect the labour market outcomes of employed and unemployed youth.

Downloadable (with restrictions). The purpose of this article is to estimate minimum wage effects on youth employment in the European Union (EU). The analysis employs a panel regression method with fixed effects and uses data for 18 EU member states with statutory minimum wage over the period to The analysis is restricted to teenage workers between 15 and 19 years of age and young.

This paper performs a cross-country level analysis on the impact of the level of specific youth minimum wages on the labor market performance of young individuals. We use information on the use and level of youth minimum wages, as compared to the level of adult minimum wages as well as to the median wage (i.e., the Kaitz index).

We complement these data with variables on the employment. Some evidence compatible with negative employment effects of the minimum wage comes from the Netherlands where, from toyouth subminimum wages were sharply lowered. Dolado et al. () do find that relative to youth employment changes in the economy overall, youth relative employment generally rose in low paying occupations, the.

Minimum Wages, Labor Market Institutions, and Youth Employment: A Cross-National Analysis Abstract The authors estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period – BibTeX @MISC{Neumark99across-national, author = {David Neumark and William Wascher and David Neumark and William Wascher and David Neumark and William Wascher}, title = {A Cross-National Analysis of the Effects of Minimum Wages on Youth Employment}, year = {}}.

Neumark and Wascher () use a cross-national analysis to show that the presence of a youth subminimum wage rate reduces the negative employment effects of a minimum wage. A Cross-National Analysis of the Effects of Minimum Wages on Youth Employment. David Neumark and William Wascher.

NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: We estimate the employment effects of changes in national minimum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising sixteen OECD countries for the period.

minimum wage has on employment overall, but rather on the split between formal and informal employment. That said, the effect of minimum wages in the informal sector may be hard to predict. In some countries, minimum wages are interpreted as a signal of what constitutes a fair wage.

MINIMUM WAGES, LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS, AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT: A CROSS-NATIONAL ANALYSIS DAVID NEUMARK and WILLIAM WASCHER* The authors estimate the employment effects of changes in national mini-mum wages using a pooled cross-section time-series data set comprising 17 OECD countries for the period The average effects they find are.

It is widely acknowledged that increases in minimum wages lift the earnings of employed low-wage workers, although there is less agreement about the effects on poverty and employment.minimum wage, as we predict they will both have negative effects on teenage employment.

Our meta-analysis focuses on the effect of minimum wage on teenage employment, because teenagers are a low-skill labor group that is likely to be most affected by changes in minimum wage. Another benefit of studying this group is the.