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|Title: ||2007年基本工資調整之影響-以便利商店及加油站為例;Estimating the Impact of the Minimum Wage Adjustment in 2007：A Case Study of Convenience Stores and Gas Stations.|
|Keywords: ||勞動成本;基本工資;就業安定時薪補貼;就業結構;時薪勞工;Employment Structure;Employment subsidy;Labor Cost;Minimum Wage;Part-time Worker|
|Issue Date: ||2014-05-08 15:15:16 (UTC+8)|
;In July 2007, the minimum wage raised according to the policy goal set by the Executive Yuan and increased by 9.09%, in particular, the minimum wage of part-time workers heightened as much as 44%. As such, the main purpose of this essay was to analyze the effect of the minimum wage on industries and employees, and it was hoped that the analysis of this essay could provide useful policy reference for policy-makers. In this study we took convenience stores and gas stations in Taiwan as the object of survey, analyzing questionnaire data by the method of econometrics, and evaluating the minimum wage impacts on labor employment, business labor cost, as well as on opinions on minimum wage hike. Simultaneously, in order to slow down the impact of increase in the minimum wage, the Executive Yuan designed employment subsidy project to implement the concern of part-time workers. The paper also evaluated the effectiveness of employment subsidy policy on businesses and labors.
We differentiated the labors for the full-time and part-time workers and surveyed 250 convenience stores and gas stations. First, Our empirical analysis indicated that the rise of minimum wage in 2007 had a significant decrease on part-time workers and a positive influence in which is insignificant on full-time workers. Second, we investigated the link between the minimum wage and the part-time/full-time employment ratio. Our findings suggested that part-time and full-time workers were substitute; increases in the minimum wage lowered the proportion of part-time workers. Third, the minimum wage had remarkable influence on labor cost of convenience stores, but effects of which was not obvious on gas stations. Finally, we showed that subsidy had no significant effect on employment of part-time workers; the subsidy policy was proved to be unable to achieve expected benefit.
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