– Please write three page (not include reference page) about: Living Wage Movement.- APA style- Minimum 4 references (I attached many references you can choose anyone or you can find look for more).- Paper must includes: Introduction, Body and conclusion Living Wage Movement Research Focuses / Theme: The potential positive impact of increasing the living wage on workers and their families. There several potential positive impact of increasing the living wage on workers and their families such as: 1- helps families keep up with price inflation. 2- Increased wages and spending raise demand and create more jobs. 3- Putting more money in the hands of people who will readily spend it helps the economy.
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Living Wage Movement
Research Focuses / Theme: The potential positive impact of increasing the living wage on
workers and their families.
There several potential positive impact of increasing the living wage on workers and their
families such as:
1- helps families keep up with price inflation.
2- Increased wages and spending raise demand and create more jobs.
3- Putting more money in the hands of people who will readily spend it helps the economy.
References
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Its Impact?. ” Emerging labor market institutions for the twenty-first century. University
of Chicago Press, 2004. 99-140.
Brooks, Fred. “The living wage movement: Potential implications for the working poor.” Families
in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services 88.3 (2007): 437-442.
Ciscel, David H. “The living wage movement: Building a political link from market wages to
social institutions.” Journal of Economic Issues 34.2 (2000): 527-535.
Dunlop, John T. “The movement of real and money wage rates.” The Economic Journal 48.191
(1938): 413-434.
Figart,
Deborah
M.
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foundations
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movement.” International Journal of Social Economics 28.10/11/12 (2001): 800-814.
Harvey, Rachel. “Labor law: Challenges to the living wage movement: Obstacles in a path to
economic justice.” U. Fla. JL & Pub. Pol’y 14 (2002): 229.
Luce, Stephanie. “Lessons from living-wage campaigns.” Work and Occupations 32.4 (2005):
423-440.
Martin, Isaac. “Do living wage policies diffuse?.” Urban Affairs Review 41.5 (2006): 710-719.
Nissen, Bruce. “Living wage campaigns from a” social movement” perspective: The Miami
case.” Labor Studies Journal 25.3 (2000): 29-50.
Quigley, William. “Full-time workers should not be poor: The living wage movement.” Miss. LJ
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Reynolds, David, and Jen Kern. “Labor and the living‐wage movement.” WorkingUSA 5.3 (2001):
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