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Racialized incorporation: the effects of race and generational status on self-employment and industry-sector prestige in the United States

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This study examines how race and generational status shape self-employment propensities and industry-sector prestige among the self-employed in the U.S. It draws on theories of assimilation, racialization, and a combined framework, racialized incorporation, to guide the analysis and interpret the results. It uses data from the U.S. March Current Population Survey (2000–2010) offering the first nationally representative examination of second-generation self-employment in the U.S. This study in...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed

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10.1111/imre.12087

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, International Development
Publisher:
Wiley Publisher's website
Journal:
International Migration Review Journal website
Volume:
49
Issue:
2
Pages:
318-354
Publication date:
2015
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ISSN:
0197-9183
URN:
uuid:b6cc3026-7767-4ebe-9d00-a59bf215ed98
Source identifiers:
570060
Local pid:
pubs:570060

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