Browsing All of EconStor by Author Gindling, T. H.

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2004 The Effects of Multiple Minimum Wages Throughout the Labor MarketTerrell, Katherine; Gindling, T. H.
2004 Minimum Wages, Inequality and GlobalizationTerrell, Katherine; Gindling, T. H.
2004 Legal Minimum Wages and the Wages of Formal and Informal Sector Workers in Costa RicaGindling, T. H.; Terrell, Katherine
2006 Minimum wages, globalization and poverty in HondurasGindling, T. H.; Terrell, Katherine
2007 Minimum wages and the welfare of workers in HondurasGindling, T. H.; Terrell, Katherine
2008 Minimum wages, globalization and poverty in HondurasGindling, T. H.; Terrell, Katherine
2008 Single mothers and poverty in Costa RicaGindling, T. H.; Oviedo, Luis
2008 South-south migration: the impact of Nicaraguan immigrants on earnings, inequality and poverty in Costa RicaGindling, T. H.
2010 The effect of family separation and reunification on the educational success of immigrant children in the United StatesGindling, T. H.; Poggio, Sara Z.
2010 Are Hispanic immigrant families reviving the economies of America's small towns?Coates, Dennis; Gindling, T. H.
2011 The impact of minimum wages on wages, work and poverty in NicaraguaAlaniz, Enrique; Gindling, T. H.; Terrell, Katherine
2014 Does increasing the minimum wage reduce poverty in developing countries?Gindling, T. H.
2016 Earnings Premiums and Penalties for Self-Employment and Informal Employees around the WorldGindling, T. H.; Mossaad, Nadwa; Newhouse, David
2016 How Large are Earnings Penalties for Self-Employed and Informal Wage Workers?Gindling, T. H.; Mossaad, Nadwa; Newhouse, David
2017 The Education and Employment Effects of DACA, In-State Tuition and Financial Aid for Undocumented ImmigrantsDickson, Lisa; Gindling, T. H.; Kitchin, James
2018 Does increasing the minimum wage reduce poverty in developing countries?Gindling, T. H.