Research and analysis

Low Pay Commission (LPC) Research 2014

The LPC commissions research projects to inform its work.

Documents

Did the minimum wage change consumption, saving and debt behaviour? Aitken, Dolton and Wadsworth

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An international comparison of apprentice pay: executive summary. London Economics

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An international comparison of apprentice pay:final report. London Economics

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Beyond the wage: Changes in employment and compensation patterns in response to the national minimum wage. Gregg and Papps

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Understanding official data sources. Dawson, Ritchie and Whittard

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The influence of the national minimum wage on pay settlements in Britain. Bryson and Lucchino

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An assessment of the changing use of flexible employment and implications for the national minimum wage, including compliance. Bewley, Rincon-Aznar and Wilkinson

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Pay, non-pay benefits, young people and the minimum wage. Incomes Data Services

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Detail

The findings and any views expressed are those of the authors, and are not necessarily endorsed by the LPC.

Research reports for 2012 and 2013 are available. Research reports prior to 2012 that are available electronically can be found on the National Archives website.

Details of all the research we have commissioned can be found in an appendix to each of our reports.