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Geneva: International Labour Office. p. 1. ISBN 9789221025115. The Politics of the Minimum Wage. University of Illinois Press. au - About the Commission". Australian Fair Pay Commission.
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Considering developments in minimum wage institutions and politics in five liberal welfare states, this article argues that the apparent . The Economics of Legal Minimum Wages.
Considering developments in minimum wage institutions and politics in five liberal welfare states, this article argues that the apparent renewed politicization of the minimum wage – driven by legislative action and activist campaigns from below – is an inevitable consequence of the twin policies of labour market deregulation and workfare-centred social policies.
Problem Type: E: Emanations of other problems. Problems included are those identified in international periodicals but especially in the documents of some 60,000 international non-profit organizations, profiled in the Yearbook of International Organizations. The Encyclopedia includes problems which such groups choose to perceive and act upon, whether or not their existence is denied by others claiming greater expertise.
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Starr, Gerald (1993). Geneva: International Labour Office. ^ Waltman, Jerold. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.
Minimum wages have been defined as the minimum amount of remuneration that an employer is required to. .
Minimum wages have been defined as the minimum amount of remuneration that an employer is required to pay wage earners for the work performed during a given period, which cannot be reduced by collective agreement or an individual contract. Following this definition, minimum wages exist in more than 90 per cent of the International Labour Organisation's (ILO) member States.