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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Peter Cresswell tagged Minimum_Wage

Prime Ministers like to use their keynote addresses at party conferences to announce major measures to move a country forward. Yesterday Prime Minister John Key used his keynote address to announce th...

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Guest Post by Kris Sayce of Money Morning Australia  * * * * So, was Ebenezer Scrooge really such a bad guy? He’s certainly got a lot of bad press. Especially for a fictional character. Now, I’...

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I’ve been receiving emails for days saying I should watch Roger Douglas’s impassioned speech to the House last week, berating the National Party for their failure to support his bill abolishing the ba...

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Does business need Wellington to manage wages? That question is powerfully argued in the negative at the Mises Daily (just read "Wellington" for "Washington") in a response to arguments by Clinton's former Labor Secretary Robert Reich in favour of the Dem

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The Senate did well to vote against an increase in the minimum wage--and would have done even better if it had repealed it altogether. The minimum wage constitutes government coercion against both employers and employees. By mandating a certain level of w

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Maori would be most adversely affected by a rise in the minimum wage, says an AUT senior economics lecturer.

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When it comes to rioting in the streets, who does it better, more often, and so regularly for the wrong reasons than the French?

The present riots are protesting laws planned to make it easier to sack employees aged under twenty-six; and the present pr

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You have a business selling burgers/fried chicken/coffee. Two people apply for a job. One is a sixteen-year-old who's never worked before. The other is older, with some experience and a good work record. The government says you must pay them equally. Wh

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Lindsay Mitchell genuiinely wonders why we aren't broke. Good question. Just look how much we're costing ourselves! Who cares, says 'Who Cares'

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