– US News
U.S. News talks to Jeff Clemens, an assistant professor of economics at the University of California, San Diego and a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, who speaks to the inherent political biases of those who support and oppose a minimum wage increase. Ultimately, he calls for a return to theory-driven analysis, and he believes that better policy options, other than minimum wage increases, exist.
– The Harvard Business Review
The Harvard Business Review opines that to properly serve the modern consumer, the traditional pillars of customer service orthodoxy have to be challenged.
– The Washington Post
With an increasing focus on equal pay and gender equality in the national dialogue, the Washington Post examines the staggering reality of how few minority women hold executive positions.
California is embarking on a grand experiment, and even those economists, who are ideologically supportive of minimum wage increases, are unsure of what the outcome will be.