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The CEA's Mixed Thinking on Labor Market Monopsony, Part III

(October 31, 2016 11:24 AM, by David Henderson) On Thursday I posted on the CEA's report on labor market monopsony. On Friday I posted Part II. Here is Part III. I analyze the report seriatim. The Minimum Wage The CEA writes: Economic theory suggests that in competitive markets,... (2 COMMENTS)
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