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Research by Card and Krueger showed that increase in the minimum wage do not

necessarily have the expected affect. The expected affect is a minimum wage as a price floor creates more demand (employees) and less supply (jobs), the standard supply/demand curve when you apply a price floor (minimum wage). Card and Krueger saw no change in supply (jobs) when the minimum wage increased in the fast food industry. What are some reasons why the real world outcome didn't match what economists were expecting with regard to employment?

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