Shields, B.F. 'The minimum wage'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. XV part 4, 1933/1934, pp61-82
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. XV part 4 1933/1934
There are many types of minima, which are the outcome of personal negotiations
or collective bargaining between employers and employees,
and in which training, general skill, special aptitude, intellectual
ability, experience and other qualifications are taken into account
in determining the personal or standard wage for particular individuals
or classes in the community.
It is advisable, in view of the varied meanings to be attached to a
minimum wage, to confine our analysis to the minimum personal or
family wage of the fulltime unskilled worker.
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