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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 South-south migration: the impact of Nicaraguan immigrants on earnings, inequality and poverty in Costa RicaGindling, T. H.
2008 Single mothers and poverty in Costa RicaGindling, T. H.; Oviedo, Luis
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.