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The minimum wage was pretty stable as a percentage of the median wage in New Zealand until recently. Nonetheless, the gender wage gap narrowed at the bottom of the labour market rapidly in the 1980s and 1990s. Source: OECD Employment Database and Data extracted on 30 Nov 2015 04:03 UTC (GMT) from OECD.Stat. In common …

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Originally posted on International Liberty:
I don’t understand the left’s myopic fixation on income inequality. If they genuinely care about the less fortunate, they should be focused on policies that produce higher incomes. But instead, they agitate for class warfare and redistribution, which leads me to believe that many of them hate the rich more…

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Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Peter Lang J. P. Morgan recently published an excellent report ‘Deep de-carbonisation of electricity grids‘. Below are excerpts from the report and some comment added by me. Excerpts from the Introduction “In our last few annual energy notes, we analyzed the individual components of the electricity grid: coal, nuclear,…

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When feuding with strangers on Twitter about the gender wage gap, a common explanation for the much smaller gender wage gap at the bottom of the labour market is the power is the minimum wage to uplift women’s wages and with it narrow the gender wage gap at the bottom of the labour market. Below …

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@JimRose69872629 @greencatherine response from myself and Jess Berentson-Shaw https://t.co/m4IpYTtGhB 🙂 — Geoff Simmons (@geoffsimmonz) November 29, 2015

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