Living Wage

Canada

  • A Guide to Becoming a Living Wage Employer. (2017) Living Wage Waterloo Region, 1-16. Retrieved from: http://livingwagewr.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/A-guide-to-becoming-a-Living-Wage-Employer-2017-1.pdf
  • Battista, K. (2017) Securing Fair Employment and Income: Where Living Wage and the Fight for $15 and Fairness Intersect. Living Wage Canada. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/index.php/blog/securing-fair-employment-income-where-living-wage-fight-15-fairness-intersect/
  • Burrows, M., & Gutstein, D. (2012) A Living Wage for All. Our Times, 1-2. Retrieved from: https://www.heu.org/sites/default/files/uploads/Our%20Times_A%20Living%20Wage%20for%20All%20article.pdf
  • Cook, D. (2009) Technical Report on Living Wage Policy Options for the City of Calgary. City of Calgary Social Policy and Planning Division, 1-28. Retrieved from: http://homelesshub.ca/sites/default/files/lwp_options_technical_report.pdf
  • Cornish, M. (2012) A Living Wage as a Human Right. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 1-18. Retrieved from: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/publications/Ontario%20Office/2012/10/Living%20Wage%20as%20a%20Human%20Right.pdf
  • Cowichan Valley Living Wage 2016. (2016) Social Planning Cowichan, 1-12. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/files/1914/7792/7437/cowichan_valley_living_wage_report__2016.pdf
  • Evans, B. (2017) Alternatives to the Low Waged Economy: Living Wage Movements in Canada and the United States. Austerity Urbanism and the Social Economy28, 80-113. Retrieved from: http://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar/article/viewFile/22419/18206
  • Lammam, C. (2016) Vancouver’s ‘living wage’ will likely increase costs without helping the most vulnerable workers. The Fraser Institute Blog. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/blogs/vancouver-s-living-wage-will-likely-increase-costs-without-helping-the-most-vulnerable-workers
  • Lammam, C. (2014) The Economic Effects of Living Wage Laws. Fraser Institute, 1-44. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/sites/default/files/economic-effects-of-living-wage-laws.pdf
  • Schenk, C. (2001) From Poverty Wages to a Living Wage. The CSJ Foundation for Research and Education, 1-34. Retrieved from: http://www.socialjustice.org/uploads/pubs/FromPovertyWagestoaLivingWage.pdf
  • Taylor, P.S. (2009) Why a Living Wage Doesn’t Kill Poverty. Frontier Centre for Public Policy, 56, 1-18. Retrieved from: http://archive.fcpp.org/images/publications/56.%202009Feb%20Why%20Living%20Wage%20Doesn't%20Kill%20Poverty.pdf
  • A Guide to Becoming a Living Wage Employer. (2017) Living Wage Waterloo Region, 1-16. Retrieved from: http://livingwagewr.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/A-guide-to-becoming-a-Living-Wage-Employer-2017-1.pdf
  • Battista, K. (2017) Securing Fair Employment and Income: Where Living Wage and the Fight for $15 and Fairness Intersect. Living Wage Canada. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/index.php/blog/securing-fair-employment-income-where-living-wage-fight-15-fairness-intersect/
  • Burrows, M., & Gutstein, D. (2012) A Living Wage for All. Our Times, 1-2. Retrieved from: https://www.heu.org/sites/default/files/uploads/Our%20Times_A%20Living%20Wage%20for%20All%20article.pdf
  • Cook, D. (2009) Technical Report on Living Wage Policy Options for the City of Calgary. City of Calgary Social Policy and Planning Division, 1-28. Retrieved from: http://homelesshub.ca/sites/default/files/lwp_options_technical_report.pdf
  • Cornish, M. (2012) A Living Wage as a Human Right. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 1-18. Retrieved from: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/publications/Ontario%20Office/2012/10/Living%20Wage%20as%20a%20Human%20Right.pdf
  • Cowichan Valley Living Wage 2016. (2016) Social Planning Cowichan, 1-12. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/files/1914/7792/7437/cowichan_valley_living_wage_report__2016.pdf
  • Evans, B. (2017) Alternatives to the Low Waged Economy: Living Wage Movements in Canada and the United States. Austerity Urbanism and the Social Economy28, 80-113. Retrieved from: http://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar/article/viewFile/22419/18206
  • Lammam, C. (2016) Vancouver’s ‘living wage’ will likely increase costs without helping the most vulnerable workers. The Fraser Institute Blog. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/blogs/vancouver-s-living-wage-will-likely-increase-costs-without-helping-the-most-vulnerable-workers
  • Lammam, C. (2014) The Economic Effects of Living Wage Laws. Fraser Institute, 1-44. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/sites/default/files/economic-effects-of-living-wage-laws.pdf
  • Schenk, C. (2001) From Poverty Wages to a Living Wage. The CSJ Foundation for Research and Education, 1-34. Retrieved from: http://www.socialjustice.org/uploads/pubs/FromPovertyWagestoaLivingWage.pdf
  • Taylor, P.S. (2009) Why a Living Wage Doesn’t Kill Poverty. Frontier Centre for Public Policy, 56, 1-18. Retrieved from: http://archive.fcpp.org/images/publications/56.%202009Feb%20Why%20Living%20Wage%20Doesn't%20Kill%20Poverty.pdf
  • A Guide to Becoming a Living Wage Employer. (2017) Living Wage Waterloo Region, 1-16. Retrieved from: http://livingwagewr.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/A-guide-to-becoming-a-Living-Wage-Employer-2017-1.pdf
  • Battista, K. (2017) Securing Fair Employment and Income: Where Living Wage and the Fight for $15 and Fairness Intersect. Living Wage Canada. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/index.php/blog/securing-fair-employment-income-where-living-wage-fight-15-fairness-intersect/
  • Burrows, M., & Gutstein, D. (2012) A Living Wage for All. Our Times, 1-2. Retrieved from: https://www.heu.org/sites/default/files/uploads/Our%20Times_A%20Living%20Wage%20for%20All%20article.pdf
  • Cook, D. (2009) Technical Report on Living Wage Policy Options for the City of Calgary. City of Calgary Social Policy and Planning Division, 1-28. Retrieved from: http://homelesshub.ca/sites/default/files/lwp_options_technical_report.pdf
  • Cornish, M. (2012) A Living Wage as a Human Right. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 1-18. Retrieved from: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/publications/Ontario%20Office/2012/10/Living%20Wage%20as%20a%20Human%20Right.pdf
  • Cowichan Valley Living Wage 2016. (2016) Social Planning Cowichan, 1-12. Retrieved from: http://www.livingwagecanada.ca/files/1914/7792/7437/cowichan_valley_living_wage_report__2016.pdf
  • Evans, B. (2017) Alternatives to the Low Waged Economy: Living Wage Movements in Canada and the United States. Austerity Urbanism and the Social Economy28, 80-113. Retrieved from: http://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar/article/viewFile/22419/18206
  • Lammam, C. (2016) Vancouver’s ‘living wage’ will likely increase costs without helping the most vulnerable workers. The Fraser Institute Blog. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/blogs/vancouver-s-living-wage-will-likely-increase-costs-without-helping-the-most-vulnerable-workers
  • Lammam, C. (2014) The Economic Effects of Living Wage Laws. Fraser Institute, 1-44. Retrieved from: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/sites/default/files/economic-effects-of-living-wage-laws.pdf
  • Schenk, C. (2001) From Poverty Wages to a Living Wage. The CSJ Foundation for Research and Education, 1-34. Retrieved from: http://www.socialjustice.org/uploads/pubs/FromPovertyWagestoaLivingWage.pdf
  • Taylor, P.S. (2009) Why a Living Wage Doesn’t Kill Poverty. Frontier Centre for Public Policy, 56, 1-18. Retrieved from: http://archive.fcpp.org/images/publications/56.%202009Feb%20Why%20Living%20Wage%20Doesn't%20Kill%20Poverty.pdf
  • United States/ International