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We extend the Altonji and Card (1991) framework for analysing the impact of immigrants on natives' wages from two to … small effects on natives' wages and no dominant robust patterns of substitution and complementarity. Effects on wages of …
rise of the share of immigrants in the workforce would in general reduce wages by less than one percent and not increase … immigrant labor supply shock on native competitors. -- labor market effects of immigration ; skill groups ; wage elasticity …
) specification, we find that a 10% increase in immigration increases native wages by 3%. However, as the number of immigrants and the … understand this asymmetry and the positive impact of immigration on wages, we explore the link between immigration and the …This paper evaluates the impact of immigration on the labor market outcomes of natives in France over the period 1962 …
The paper contributes to the ongoing debate about the adequate technique to identify the impact of immigration …. Initially the regression analysis on the basis of education-experience cells reveals that the impact of immigration on native … wages in Germany is negative, but small. The subsequent analysis on the basis of occupations using the same data yields a …
countries and in Spain. It also examines the impact on wages of the legal status. The evidence shows that returns to host …
) specification, we find that a 10% increase in immigration increases native wages by 3%. However, as the number of immigrants and the … understand this asymmetry and the positive impact of immigration on wages, we explore the link between immigration and the …This paper evaluates the impact of immigration on the labor market outcomes of natives in France over the period 1962 …
We extend the Altonji and Card (1991) framework for analysing the impact of immigrants on natives’ wages from two to … small effects on natives’ wages and no dominant robust patterns of substitution and complementarity. Effects on wages of …
decades, it is important to know both how migrants integrate into the destination countries and how immigration affects …. Chapters 4 and 5 cover the effect of immigration on the host societies by showing that growing up in high immigration area … increases intergenerational income mobility among natives and by showing that immigration may, under specific circumstances …
Politicians, the media, and the public express concern that immigrants depress wages by competing with native workers … countries have found no effect on wages, on average, and only modest effects on wage differentials between more and less … educated immigrant and native workers. Native workers' wages have been insulated by differences in skills, adjustments in local …
Immigrants contribute to the economic development of the host country, but they earn less at entry and it takes many years for them to achieve parity of income. For some immigrant groups, the wage gap never closes. There is a wide variation across countries in the entry wage gap and the speed of...