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Title:The dynamics of low pay and unemployment in early 1990s Britain PDF Logo
Authors:Gosling, Amanda
Johnson, Paul
McCrae, Julian
Paull, Gillian
Issue Date:1997
Series/Report no.:IFS Reports, Institute for Fiscal Studies R54
Abstract:This report shows the extent to which low pay and unemployment are related, the effects of periods out of work on future earnings and the degree to which low pay is a persistent phenomenon. Importantly it demonstrates the way in which a minimum wage might affect a much higher proportion of the population than is generally appreciated because of the way in which people move in and out of low paid work. A chapter of the report is also given over to the effects of work experience and job tenure on pay levels.
Persistent Identifier of the first edition:doi:10.1920/re.ifs.1997.0054
ISBN:978-1-87335-772-9
Document Type:Research Report
Appears in Collections:IFS Reports, Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)

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