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  1. Will a hike in the minimum wage result in deadweight loss to businesses and labor?

    Learn the effects of a minimum wage hike on businesses and the market. Learn how deadweight loss is created by such hikes ...
  2. What is the difference between frictional unemployment and structural unemployment?

    Learn about structural unemployment and frictional unemployment, the differences between the two types and their main characteristics.
  3. What determines labor productivity?

    Examine the two primary components of labor productivity, applied technical efficiency and available capital goods, and learn ...
  4. Who runs the Bureau of Labor Statistics?

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks the nation's working conditions and provides critical data to the public, government ...
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