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Who earns minimum wages in Europe?

François Rycx (Associate Professor at the ULB/DULBEA) and Stephan Kampelmann (Associated researcher ULB/DULBEA) New evidence based on household surveys

Date de publication : 2012

Nombre de pages : 64

Auteur(s) :

François Rycx (Associate Professor at the ULB/DULBEA) and Stephan Kampelmann (Associated researcher ULB/DULBEA)

Minimum wages continue to stir controversial policy debates. This study contributes to a better understanding of minimum wages by providing a solid empirical assessment of minimum wage policies and their socio-economic consequences for a range of European countries. In addition to qualitative differences between minimum wage systems, the report documents international variations in the (absolute and relative) levels of minimum wages. An important contribution of the study is to provide a statistical panorama of the population of minimum wage earners.

Collection: 124
ETUI, Brussels, ISBN 978-2-87452-271-0, ISBN 978-2-87452-273-4 (pdf)

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