disemployment


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4) Here one needs a discussion of bureaucratic capitalism and education for disemployment in an age of migrant workers and the desperate fear of unemployment.
This net loss occurs because of the disemployment effects of the minimum wage increase.
21 (12) Thus, although there may be some outlying perspectives, economists' views of the effects of the minimum wage are centered in the range of the earlier estimates, and many of the more recent estimates, of the disemployment effects of minimum wages.
On the other hand, if transitions in to poverty are more common when minimum wages increase, we would infer that the disemployment effects of minimum wages play a dominant role among the low-income population.
And finally, Bernstein accuses the minimum wage of its predictable disemployment effects, especially on black teenagers.
In this case, the higher productivity would cause an upward shift in the demand curve, thereby potentially eliminating any disemployment effect.
After all, no one would now dare mount the argument (used in the late 1960s and early 1970s) that removing the `right' to discriminate against women would have disemployment effects, so employers could be lawfully entitled to pay women less than men for the same work.
They could arrange "neighborhood festivals" and "town meetings" during the four days--share music, crafts, and stories with each other; discuss the social and political implications of ending disemployment and overwork.
It would end the disemployment of many Australians who do a fair day's work for a fair day's pay, and the export of those jobs to areas of impoverishment where workers often do not benefit substantially.
Economists' estimates of the disemployment effects of minimum wages are usually characterized as small, suggesting that the main effect of minimum wages is to raise the earnings of low-wage workers in low-income families.
The road to marriage and children, for example, is terrifying because it could lead to no end of calamities: rejection, embarrassment, ridicule, insolvency, disemployment, impotence, and a thousand other experiences of nonbeing.
Even if prices rise when the minimum wage increases, price effects are unlikely to fully offset disemployment effects since demand in the restaurant industry does not appear to be completely inelastic.