- Empirical studies and surveys of businessmen found that they followed a full cost policy, not marginalism
- Behavioral economists have accumulated a body of experimental evidence, including preference-reversals and violations of transitivity, that people are not utility maximizers.
- David Card and Alan Krueger found that increased minimum wages did not decrease employment.
- Daniel M. Hausman and Philippe Mongin (1998) "Economists' Responses to Anomalies: Full-Cost Pricing versus Preference Reveresals" [Should this link work?]
- Thomas C. Leonard (2000) "The Very Idea of Applying Economics: The Modern Minimum-Wage Controversyand Its Antecedents, History of Political Economy, V. 32, Annual Supplement: 117-144