PUBLIC POLICY: What are the Sources of Wage Inequality? By Dr. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN

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The conventional explanation for growing wage inequality is often referred to as the skills-biased towards technical change theory. This holds that with globalization and increased capital mobility, the economy has changed from industrial production to a post-industrial service based economy. The former did not need a greatly skilled workforce, but the latter, being technologically more advanced, did require much greater skill. …

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PUBLIC POLICY: Minimum Wage is Really an Efficiency Wage By Prof. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN

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Market “purists” are steadfast in their belief that increasing the minimum wage will lead to lower employment. The standard textbook model holds that as workers lower their wage demands, employers will demand more of their services. A wage floor only prevents workers from accepting lower wages in exchange for opportunities to work. Therefore, fewer workers will be hired, with the …

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Westchester Putnam Central Labor Body Endorses Christopher Johnson for Yonkers City Council

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YONKERS, NY — One day after winning the Democratic Primary for Yonkers City Council in the First District, Christopher Johnson picked up the endorsement of the Westchester Putnam Central Labor Body at their September delegate meeting.   The Westchester Putnam Central Labor Body represents thousands of working men and women throughout the region, many specifically located in Yonkers’ First District. 

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