NJ and PA Once Again: What Happened to Employment When the PA–NJ Minimum Wage Differential Disappeared?

@article{Hoffman2009NJAP,
  title={NJ and PA Once Again: What Happened to Employment When the PA–NJ Minimum Wage Differential Disappeared?},
  author={S. Hoffman and Diane M Trace},
  journal={Eastern Economic Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={35},
  pages={115-128}
}
  • S. Hoffman, Diane M Trace
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • Eastern Economic Journal
  • Card and Krueger's analysis of the impact of the 1992 increase in the New Jersey (NJ) state minimum wage on employment in fast-food restaurants in NJ and Pennsylvania (PA) is very well known. In 1996 and 1997, the federal minimum wage was increased from $4.25 to $5.15, thereby increasing the minimum wage by $0.90 in PA but by just $0.10 in NJ. We use CPS data to examine the impacts of this increase on employment of likely minimum wage workers in the two states, using DID and DIDID estimators… CONTINUE READING

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