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Old 03-20-2013, 02:58 PM   #16
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It seems like she is just asking why entry level wages have failed to keep up with labor productivity. In theory, wages should track labor productivity perfectly, and they have until about 30 years ago when they began to lag behind.

Its an important and interesting question and its far from settled. I suspect I would come to a different conclusion than her as to the answer, but pasting her question out of context and giving a misleading headline doesn't really get you anywhere.
With the computerization and mechanization over that time we have fewer people being more productive. Perhaps a simpler question would be how has the minimum wage risen in comparison to the cost of living?
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:22 PM   #17
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Warren was imported into Mass to be their senator just as Hillary was imported into NY. This is how the left operates to put in such stupid economic policies. Warren is clueless bout productivity having gone up for starters. Unfortunately, as the govt schools churn out more socialists, who are in denial about being one, more people think their policies are good ideas. They never learned any economic history...'oops I mean history. Only the kind that worships the state taking care of them. KChiefer is a perfect example.


Oh sweet irony.


You're saying others haven't learned history, then compare Hillary Clinton moving to New York in 2000 and being elected Senator in.....wait for it....2000 to Warren moving to Massachusetts in the 90s so she could be a professor at Harvard (as a non-tenured professor in 1992 and then tenured in 1995) and then being elected to the Senate nearly 20 years later. I'm sure she lived in DC sometimes during those 20 years when she worked there, but she was hardly the carpetbagger Hillary was.

I didn't even vote for Warren but I wanted to point out that, as usual, you're wrong.
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:31 PM   #18
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:48 PM   #20
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:48 PM   #21
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Warren was imported into Mass to be their senator just as Hillary was imported into NY. This is how the left operates to put in such stupid economic policies. Warren is clueless bout productivity having gone up for starters. Unfortunately, as the govt schools churn out more socialists, who are in denial about being one, more people think their policies are good ideas. They never learned any economic history...'oops I mean history. Only the kind that worships the state taking care of them. KChiefer is a perfect example.
Please go on oh wise one. Elizabeth Warren has forgotten more about economic history and fiscal policy than you will ever know.
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:49 PM   #22
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It seems like she is just asking why entry level wages have failed to keep up with labor productivity. In theory, wages should track labor productivity perfectly, and they have until about 30 years ago when they began to lag behind.

Its an important and interesting question and its far from settled. I suspect I would come to a different conclusion than her as to the answer, but pasting her question out of context and giving a misleading headline doesn't really get you anywhere.
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:01 PM   #23
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With the computerization and mechanization over that time we have fewer people being more productive. Perhaps a simpler question would be how has the minimum wage risen in comparison to the cost of living?
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It seems like she is just asking why entry level wages have failed to keep up with labor productivity. In theory, wages should track labor productivity perfectly, and they have until about 30 years ago when they began to lag behind.

Its an important and interesting question and its far from settled. I suspect I would come to a different conclusion than her as to the answer, but pasting her question out of context and giving a misleading headline doesn't really get you anywhere.
Eh, as FR suggests....mechanization, technology, and globalization cloud the productivity/minimum wage correlation here. If Warren is doing what politicians tend to do--demagogue their pet issue, she can be charitably said to be "taken out of context," not meaning to say what critics accuse her of really saying.

If on the other hand, she actually believes she is making some profound point about a real disparity between cost of living and the minimum wage, she is gravely mistaken--at least according to a CPI plus inflation calculator.

Minimum wage in 1960 was $1.00; today it is $7.25. The 1960 value of $1.00 would translate into $7.84....far from Warren's attempt to portray a startling disparity.

http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc....960&year2=2013

Simply put....either she is being intentionally disengenuous; or she's stupid. Since she's pretty clearly not stupid, she's simply being a typical politician.
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:30 PM   #24
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Please go on oh wise one. Elizabeth Warren has forgotten more about economic history and fiscal policy than you will ever know.
Nope. Eventhough it's not an argument based on anything. She's economically clueless. Progressives are. 'Er well Keynesians are. If we have to print money to buy imports, productivity has not risen. It's an artificial boost in our standard of living which is about to end.
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Nope. Eventhough it's not an argument based on anything. She's economically clueless. Progressives are. 'Er well Keynesians are. If we have to print money to buy imports, productivity has not risen. It's an artificial boost in our standard of living which is about to end.
You are confusing production with productivity.
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:48 PM   #26
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You are confusing production with productivity.
They are related. Either way, we have not produced more goods instead we print money. There's no increase in real wealth or income.
People just feel richer than they are due to the extra money in circulation. To keep it brief.

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2. productivity - (economics) the ratio of the quantity and quality of units produced to the labor per unit of time
economic science, economics, political economy - the branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management
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There should be no minimum wage IMO. If you are dumb enough to work for $3 an hour and don't possess any attributes to make more, so be it. With that said, minimum wage is pretty much a non issue. Such a low % of the population pays min wage so it doesn't matter much.
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They are related. Either way, we have not produced more goods instead we print money. There's no increase in real wealth or income.
People just feel richer than they are due to the extra money in circulation. To keep it brief.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/productivity

2. productivity - (economics) the ratio of the quantity and quality of units produced to the labor per unit of time
economic science, economics, political economy - the branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management
We have not produced more goods because we have less manufacturing facilities that produce goods. Therefore, PRODUCTION is lower. On the other hand, the manufacturing facilities that are still producing are producing more products with less workers. Therefore, PRODUCTIVITY is higher.
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We have not produced more goods because we have less manufacturing facilities that produce goods. Therefore, PRODUCTION is lower. On the other hand, the manufacturing facilities that are still producing are producing more products with less workers. Therefore, PRODUCTIVITY is higher.
That too, but none of those are my real point. We print money instead is my point. That's what appears to be an increase in standard of living but it isn't. Even stock market rises are not based on real increase in value.

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Please go on oh wise one. Elizabeth Warren has forgotten more about economic history and fiscal policy than you will ever know.
Notre Dame 'eh? Much of the mis and dis-information in economics stems from some of our best universities. It's worse in the Ivy League like Yale and Harvard.
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