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Sep 15, 2006


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It's not like there hasn't been evidence of group-think in Economics...

What they really need to do is advocate for the use of randomization along with minimum wage increases so as to better assess its anti-poverty effectiveness.



I find this a particularly difficult issue because of the implications for minimum wage increases on business and, of course, the implications for employees if no such increases take place. I respect both sides and appreciated your contribution to the debate.

Michael Kruse

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