Minimum-Wage Legislation Lowers the Cost of Discriminating According to Race When Hiring

by Don Boudreaux on October 15, 2013

in Crony Capitalism, Seen and Unseen, Video, Work

In this short video clip from 1986 my GMU Econ colleague Walter Williams discusses minimum-wage legislation and that legislation’s perniciously discriminatory ill-consequences for the most-disadvantaged of low-skilled workers.

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