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Session 176:
Migrant integration in developed countries

Saturday, July 23
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Salle Deparcieux
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Chair: Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University

  1. "Ethnic revival“ among labour migrants in Germany? Political statements, theoretical arguments, and first empirical evidenceClaudia Diehl, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany; Rainer Schnell, University of Constance, Germany

  2. Does the acquisition of training in the U.S. increase the earnings growth of U.S. immigrants?Ilana Redstone Akresh, University of Illinois

  3. Residential segregation and socio-economic integration of visible minorities in CanadaTattamangalam Balakrishnan, University of Western Ontario; Paul Maxim, University of Western Ontario

  4. Migration and professional trajectories: a longitudinal approach Chloé Tavan, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE)

  5. The integration of Nigerian and Mexican immigrants in Dallas/Fort Worth, TexasDennis D. Cordell, Southern Methodist University; Manuel Garcia y Griego, University of Texas at Arlington

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