UCLA faculty experts advisory: Minimum wage debate
By UCLA Newsroom August 29, 2013 Category: Academics & Faculty
Today's strike by low-wage employees at fast-food chains across the nation has started a national conversation about the minimum wage. UCLA has experts.
Chris Tilly, director of the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment and a professor of public policy, is an expert on labor markets and the relationship between government policies and the creation of jobs. He can speak on the potential benefits of increasing the minimum wage.
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Lee Ohanian, a professor of economics and an expert on macroeconomic theory and policy, is available to discuss the possible economic downsides of increasing the minimum wage.
Christopher Erickson, a professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, studies wage determination, collective bargaining and union organizing.
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