Are immigrants so stuck to the floor that the ceiling is irrelevant?

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Hunt, Priscillia;
  • Publisher: University of Warwick, Department of Economics
  • Subject: HC

In this paper, the immigrant-native wage differential is explained through quantile regression estimations. Using repeated cross-sections of the British Labour Force Survey from 1993-2005, we analyse the returns to covariates across the conditional earnings distribution... View more
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