Variables

v
_{0}

v
_{1}

v
_{2}



(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)


Farmworker

0.299***

0.399***

0.0116***

0.0730***

−0.00344

0.0500***


(0.00575)

(0.00677)

(0.00413)

(0.00506)

(0.00396)

(0.00434)

POST

−0.0246***

0.0123**

−0.0102***

−0.00333

−0.00833**

−0.00355


(0.00438)

(0.00497)

(0.00365)

(0.00476)

(0.00350)

(0.00408)

Farmworker*POST

−0.00545

−0.0247***

−0.119***

−0.0883***

−0.0975***

−0.0636***


(0.00741)

(0.00784)

(0.00530)

(0.00592)

(0.00507)

(0.00508)

Comparisons

NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

YES

Constant

0.450***

0.732***

0.481***

0.552***

0.304***

0.353***


(0.00371)

(0.0166)

(0.00307)

(0.0273)

(0.00294)

(0.0234)

Observations

84,924

58,186

42,760

26,623

42,760

26,623

Rsquared

0.077

0.302

0.034

0.129

0.030

0.106

 *** p <0.01, ** p <0.05, * p <0.1. Standard errors are in parentheses. V_{0} is a headcount index which shows the percentage of farmworkers earning below the applicable minimum, V_{1} measures the gap between an individual’s wage the minimum wage, while V_{2} is the squared gap which gives more weight to wages at the bottom of the distribution. The minimum wage used to construct both measures is the same for both the treatment and comparison groups