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Minimum Wages and Employment

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Beschreibung

Christian Ragacs develops new ideas on the theory of minimum wages, while taking rationing and spill-over effects on markets other than the labour market into account. He presents four new theoretical models: two comparatively static in nature and two models of endogenous growth.

Autorentext

CHRISTIAN RAGACS is Assistant Professor at the Vienna University of Economic and Business Administration. He teaches courses on economic policy, micro- and macroeconomics and economic growth. He received the Theodor-Körner prize for his contribution to growth policy in 1997. His fields of research are economic growth and labour economics.



Klappentext

Christian Ragacs develops new contributions to the theory of minimum wages, while taking rationing and spill-over effects on markets other than the labour market into account. Following an introduction into the theory of minimum wages and a discussion of methodological problems, four new theoretical models are developed; two of them comparative static in nature and two models of endogenous growth. The results are contradictory--partly supporting the "textbook" theory and partly yielding unorthodox results, such as no change in the steady state rates of growth and employment.


Zusammenfassung
Christian Ragacs develops contributions to the theory of minimum wages, while taking rationing and spill-over effects on markets other than the labour market into account.

Inhalt

Introduction PART I: ON THEORY AND METHODOLOGY An Inquiry into the Theory of Minimum Wages Minimum Wages and "General Equilibrium": Methodological Problems PART II: MINIMUM WAGES AND COMPARATIVE STATICS Supporting the Partial Equilibrium Results Minimum Wages, Unemployment and the Creation of Human Capital PART III: MINIMUM WAGES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Minimum Wages, Human Capital and Growth Minimum Wages, Unemployment and Growth Conclusions

Produktinformationen

Titel: Minimum Wages and Employment
Untertitel: Static and Dynamic Non-Market-Clearing Equilibrium Models
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EAN: 9781403934987
ISBN: 978-1-4039-3498-7
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 191
Gewicht: 386g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 2004
Auflage: 2004
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