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The Victorian intergenerational migrant cohort: Socioeconomic outcomes 1851-1901

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Intergenerational outcome (IO) studies model the transmission of socioeconomic status between familial generations. Given the balancing of time horizons and future expectations implicit in migration decisions, IO studies are particularly salient to an empirical understanding of migration. However, few datasets exist which provide the necessary longitudinal observations for migrant populations, therefore such IO studies remain rare.

This paper presents a novel cohort of 288,000 ind...

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University of Oxford
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Type of award:
MPhil
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Masters
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University of Oxford

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