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A tale of two studies: poor research leads to poor findings on minimum wage

Seattle’s economy is booming: construction everywhere, crowded streets and transit, housing costs soaring, bustling neighborhood restaurants, and a 2.6% unemployment rate. Much of this growth is driven by high wage-tech jobs and the spillover effect of all those workers eating

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Reconciling Anecdote and Data in the Minimum Wage Debate

Last Monday, several of us headed out after work to celebrate with our intern who had just passed her PH.D. qualifying exams. But when we reached the bar we’d chosen, we found it was closed on Mondays. Did we shrug

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