The Influence of Occupational Licensing and Regulation

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Abstract

In this podcast, Morris Kleiner, professor in labor policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, discusses the policy implications of occupational licensing and regulation in the United States. Occupational licensing has been one of the fastest growing labor market institutions in the United States since World War II. While evidence from the economics literature suggests that licensing has had an important influence on wage determination, benefits, employment, and prices, there are no clear benefits to consumers.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Media of outputPodcast
StatePublished - 2017

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Licensing
Economics
Labor policy
Policy implications
Labor market institutions
Wage determination
Second World War

Civios Subjects

  • Economic Policy
  • Labor Policy
  • Regulation

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The Influence of Occupational Licensing and Regulation. Kleiner, Morris M (Author). 2017.

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