Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics

The CWED was established in June 2007 to provide a focus for projects on wage and employment dynamics in contemporary labor markets. Current research topics include:

  • Minimum Wage Impacts
  • Tipped Worker Labor Markets
  • Transformation of Retail Labor Markets
  • Health Insurance and Health Policy
  • Immigration
  • Worker Turnover and Job Training
  • Labor Relations and Productivity
  • Models of Low-Wage Labor Markets

New Publications

Estimated Impact of a Proposed Minimum Wage Law for Sacramento
Estimated Impact of a Proposed Minimum Wage Law for Sacramento
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Michael Reich, Annette Bernhardt, Ian Perry and Ken Jacobs, August 2015


The Proposed Minimum Wage Law for Los Angeles: Economic Impacts and Policy Options
The Proposed Minimum Wage Law for Los Angeles: Economic Impacts and Policy Options
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Michael Reich, Ken Jacobs, Annette Bernhardt and Ian Perry, March 2015