Subject: J61 | Deutschland | enclaves | HT | guest workers, immigrants, integration, enclaves, political participation, culture, social interaction, natural experiment | J15 | Ethnische Gruppe | R23 | natural experiment | culture | integration | social interaction | Soziale Integration | immigrants, integration, enclaves, political participation, culture, social interaction, guest workers | Segregation | political participation | guest workers | immigrants
jel: jel:J61 | jel:R23 | jel:J15
It is widely debated whether immigrants who live among co-ethnics are less willing to integrate into the host society. Exploiting the quasi-experimental guest worker placement across German regions during the 1960/70s as well as information on immigrantsâ€™ inter-ethnic... View more
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