Suderman’s Fascinating Find: How French Law Kills Employment for those Firms over 50 Employees

Suderman makes a fascinating find: a paper “by Boston University economist Francois Gourio and University of Wisconsin economist Nicolas A. Roys for the National Bureau of Economic Research,” which shows that the regulatory cliff for companies with more than 50 employees effectively creates a hard growth ceiling for French companies.

The graph shows the massive drop in firms with more than 50 employees in France, and could foreshadow the coming impact on employers in the United States, because of ObamaCare.

The fact that the we are seriously comparing the impact of French laws on their companies, to the regulations in the United States, is a clear indication of how completely the Democrats have changed the United States.

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