By Bryan Caplan
Today’s speaker at the Public Choice Seminar is Jonathan Meer of Texas A&M, one of my favorite young empirical economists in the world. He’s doing the most innovative work on the minimum wage, wisely building on the ubiquity of firing aversion. He’s also doing creative and multi-pronged work on education, charity, labor, and health economics. All his research is conveniently accessible right here. Enjoy!