A new study led by George Wehby, CPH professor of health management and policy, will examine whether children’s health can be positively affected by an increase in their parents’ minimum wage.
“The study will link state-level data on the minimum wage to child-level data on development and health outcomes to examine how changes in minimum wage across states and over time have impacted a range of children’s health outcomes,” Wehby said.
Read more in The Gazette
Additional Media Coverage
Minimum wage affects child development, public health research team shows (Daily Iowan)