Immigrant language barriers and house prices

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Fischer, Andreas M. (2011)
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Are language skills important in explaining the nexus between house prices and immigrant inflows? The language barrier hypothesis says immigrants from a non common language country value amenities more than immigrants from common language countries.> ; In turn, immigran... View more
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