William Louis Wascher is an American economist and the deputy director of the Division of Research and Statistics in the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where he has worked since 1983. He is known for his research on the economic effects of the minimum wage and aggregate supply, and is the co-author of the 2008 book Minimum Wages . Wascher and Neumark have also collaborated on multiple peer-reviewed studies on the employment effects of the minimum wage.Source: Wikipedia
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