Do higher tipped minimum wages boost server pay?
John Anderson () and
Applied Economics Letters, 2005, vol. 12, issue 7, 391-393
Do tipped servers in states with higher tipped minimum wages earn more, ceteris paribus, than servers elsewhere? Using 1999 data on waitpersons and bartenders, little evidence is found of a premium to servers in states with more generous minimum wages.
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