Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification J61: Geographic Labor Mobility; Immigrant Workers

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How does immigration affect native internal mobility? New evidence from Italy

Bank of Italy Working Papers [View] (Paper: 748, 09.04.2010)

JEL: J61, O15, R23

Employer Monopsony Power in the Labor Market for Undocumented Workers

Atlanta Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: 2009-14, 21.04.2009)

JEL: J2, J42, J61

Do Immigrants Work in Riskier Jobs?

Dallas Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: wp0901, 01.04.2009)

JEL: J24, J28, J61, J81

Assimilation of immigrants in Spain: A longitudinal analysis (572KB)

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0904, 24.03.2009)

JEL: J31, J61

Why Stop There? Mexican Migration to the U.S. Border Region

Dallas Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: wp0803, 01.12.2008)

JEL: J24, J31, J61

The Impact of Mexican Immigrants on U.S. Wage Structure

Chicago Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: WP-2007-24, 21.01.2008)

JEL: J61, J62

The Foreign-Born Population in Upstate New York

New York Fed Current issues [View] (Paper: ci13-09, 03.11.2007)

JEL: J2, J61, R1

An analysis of regional commuting flows in the European Union

Central Bank of Luxembourg Working Papers [View] (Paper: 028, 01.11.2007)

JEL: C23, J61, R12, R23

Is There Too Little Immigration?

St Louis Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2006-062, 16.12.2006)

JEL: F22, J61

Banks, remittances and financial deepening in receiving countries. A model

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0621, 31.08.2006)

JEL: D7, G20, J61

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