Research and analysis

Low Pay Commission research 2016

To recommend the level of the National Minimum Wage rates, the Low Pay Commission (LPC) commissions research. The following four reports informed the LPC's spring 2016 recommendations.

Documents

An examination of the impact of the National Minimum Wage on earnings, the bite and wage differentials, London Economics

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Exploring the relationship between the National Minimum Wage and productivity, Bernini and Riley

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Understanding apprentice pay, interim report, Drew, Ritchie and Veliziotis

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How the National Minimum Wage affects flows in and out of employment: an investigation using worker-level data, Dickson and Papps

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