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Analysis of the Employment Effect of Minimum Wages in China′s Monopsony Labor Market

LUO Xiao-lan (School of Public Finance and Administration, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai 200433)  
This paper studies the employment effect of minimum wages in the monopsony labor market. The result shows that in the non-discriminative monopsony labor market the minimum wage rule has a positive effect, while in the perfectly discriminative monopsony labor market the minimum wage has no influence. A case study also shows that the minimum wage can promote the rural-workers’ employment in Shanghai. Finally the article deduces an important policy of increasing the minimum wage standard.
【Fund】: 上海财经大学研究生创新基金项目“我国最低工资制度及其政策效应研究”阶段性研究成果
【CateGory Index】: F249.2
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