Is there a negative effect of minimum wages on youth employment in France?Journal articleStephen Bazen et Nicolas Skourias, European Economic Review, Volume 41, Issue 3-5, pp. 723-732, 1997

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Part of the FurnitureJournal articleStephen Bazen, New Economy, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 237-240, 1995

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Low Pay and Wage Regulation in the European CommunityJournal articleStephen Bazen et Gilbert Benhayoun, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 623-638, 1992

The prospect of direct intervention in the process of wage determination as envisaged in the Social Charter has met with considerable criticism. In particular, employers' organizations and certain governments have rejected outright the proposal to require firms to pay an equitable wage. However, in all member-states except the UK and Ireland, arrangements exist to ensure that nearly all workers are covered by minimum wage protection (through national minimum wages or full-coverage collective agreements). In this article the nature of low-paid employment in member-states is examined and different methods of wage regulation are described. After reviewing the economic effects of wage regulation, we discuss possible initiatives on wage regulation at the Community level.

On the Employment Effects of Introducing a National Minimum Wage in the UKJournal articleStephen Bazen, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp. 215-226, 1990

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