Minimum Wages and Youth Employment

19,99 

Fabian Gieseke

Beschreibung

Review of Essential Economic Aspects, Band: 2

Political parties, labor unions and several NGOs have demanded a statutory minimum wage for Germany since 2007. Due to this increasing pressure, the grand coalition have incorporated a national wage floor of EUR 8.50 in the coalition agreement, which will be binding from 2015 onwards. This development took place despite of massive resistance from many German and international economists whom repeatedly warned a MW would have a significant, negative impact on youth employment. Despite the warning, no studies or simulations have focused particularly on young persons in Germany and their employment prospects in the case of a statutory minimum wage so far. However, this development took place despite massive resistance of many German and international economists who repeatedly warn that a MW would have a large negative impact on youth employment. Nevertheless, so far no studies or simulations have focused particularly on young persons in Germany and their employment prospects in case of a statutory minimum wage. However, this development took place despite massive resistance of many German and international economists who repeatedly warn that a MW would have a large negative impact on youth employment. Nevertheless, so far no studies or simulations have focused particularly on young persons in Germany and their employment prospects in case of a statutory minimum wage.

Zusätzliche Information

Titel

Minimum Wages and Youth Employment

Untertitel

European Evidence and Potential Impact on Germany

Autor

Fabian Gieseke, M.Sc.

ISBN

978-3-944420-17-2

Erscheinungsdatum

31.03.2014

Sprache

Englisch

Umfang

156 Seiten

Verarbeitung

Softcover

Reihe

REEA: Review of Essential Economic Aspects

Band

2

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