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Labour market performance of immigrants in the UK labour market

By C. Dustmann, F. Fabbri, I. Preston and J. Wadsworth

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From executive summary: This document is a report commissioned by the Home Office to analyse the performance of immigrants in the UK labour market. It attempts to draw a comprehensive picture of the labour market performance of immigrants, and the process of adaptation relative to the UK-born white population. Four indicators of economic performance are investigated: (i) employment, (ii) labour force participation, (iii) self-employment, and (iv) wages. The analysis distinguishes between males and females, and between groups of different origin. The effects of specific variables on these outcomes are investigated in detail. The report also considers labour market outcomes of ethnic minority individuals who are born in the UK, and compares their outcomes with those of UK-born white individuals, and of ethnic minority individuals who are foreign-born

Publisher: Home Office
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ucl.ac.uk.OAI2:16488
Provided by: UCL Discovery

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