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by Gregory DeFreitas

eBook Inequality at Work: Hispanics in the U.S. Labor Force epub
  • ISBN: 0195064216
  • Author: Gregory DeFreitas
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (December 5, 1991)
  • Pages: 304 pages
  • ePUB size: 1296 kb
  • FB2 size 1914 kb
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Home Browse Books Book details, Inequality at Work: Hispanics in the . Inequality at Work: Hispanics in the . By Gregory DeFreitas. In a wide-ranging analysis of a variety of large computerized data banks, the author presents a host of original findings on postwar trends in Hispanic wages, poverty unemployment rates, and educational attainment. The implications of these findings for current debates on income inequality, discrimination, school dropouts, and the domestic effects of immigration are thoroughly evaluated.

DeFreitas, Gregory, 1992.

The author evaluates the leading economic theories on immigration and on racial and ethnic inequality in incomes and employment. He then tests these theories empirically with a variety of recent national data sets. Many of the findings throw into question widely held views among the public, academics, and policymakers. DeFreitas, Gregory, 1992. Labor Force," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780195064216. Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780195064216.

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all Hispanics in the U. S. labor force in 1992. As chart 2 shows, Central and South Americans rep- Labor force growth. resented another 16 percent, followed by Puerto and other Trends in labor force growth differ widely persons of Hispanic origin or descent (7 percent). among the major Hispanic ethnic groups. This was illustrated recently. The Maya of Morgantown: Work and Community in the Nuevo New South. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. The first two chapters offer a good introduction to different Latin American migrant groups in the United States. Harvest of Empire: a History of Latinos in America. New York: Viking, 2000. Hart, John Mason, ed.

DeFreitas, G. (1991). New York: Oxford University Press. Department of Health and Human Services. Estimating the distribution of undocumented workers in the urban labor force: Technical memorandum to how many undocumented (The numbers behind the . Mexican migration talks). Washington, DC: Pew Hispanic Center.

Hispanics in the Labor Force pp 53-75 Cite a. Part of the Environment, Development and Public Policy book series (EDPP). DeFreitas, G. (1990). Migration, unemployment and inequality: Hispanics in the U. labor force. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hispanics in the Labor Force pp 53-75 Cite as. The Effects of Literacy on the Earnings of Hispanics in the United States. Authors and affiliations. In March 1989, close to 20 million persons (or about 8%) of the population of the United States was of Spanish origin.

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This book provides the first comprehensive economic assessment of the rapidly growing Hispanic American work force. In a wide-ranging analysis of a variety of large computerized data banks, the author presents a host of original findings on postwar trends in Hispanic wages, poverty unemployment rates, and educational attainment. The implications of these findings for current debates on income inequality, discrimination, school dropouts, and the domestic effects of immigration are thoroughly evaluated. Many of the conclusions throw into question widely held views on these issues among the public, academics, and policymakers.
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