Unequal Chances: Ethnic Minorities in Western Labour Markets
This is the first major cross-national study of ethnic minority disadvantage in the labour market. It focuses on the experiences of the 'second generation', that is of the children of immigrants, in a range of affluent western countries (western Europe, North America, Australia, Israel).
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Aboriginal African African Americans Afrikaner American analysis ancestry Anglo-Celtic Antillean arrived Asian Australia Austria Belgium Black British Canada Caribbean Catholic Census chapter charter population Chinese citizenship coefficients indicate significance compared countries differences discrimination Dutch East Asian East European Eastern economic activity educational attainment educational qualifications effects Emboldened coefficients indicate ethnic groups ethnic minorities ethnic penalties Europe German higher human capital immigrant groups immigrants income Indian indigenous interaction Irish Israel Italian labour force labour market Lebanese less levels of education Logistic regression lower Maghrebin marital status Mizrahim Model Moroccan native native-born non-European Northern Ireland occupational attainment occupational class origin Palestinians parameter estimates parents pattern petty bourgeoisie Protestant racial routine non-manual row percentages salariat sample secondary semi skilled manual social South Africa South European Statistics Surinamese Sweden Swedish Table tertiary education third-generation tion Turkish Turks unemployed unemployment variables Whites women workers Yugoslav