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The integration of immigrants into settlement areas is a complex phenomenon that persists throughout the life history of immigrants. The analysis of life histories should take into account the time dimensions of the different individual paths that can be traced back by retrospective surveys. The...
This article presents a cautious analysis about regional and industrial variations in the process of status transmission in Brazil. It draws upon a disparate literature spanning that on the organizational structures of industries, the socioeconomic patterns of development, and modernization...
Population growth has transformed the structure of developing countries' labor markets from dual sector to tri-sector. The third sector is the informal labor market. This paper attempts to analyze how changes in demographic factors have affected the natural rate of employment among the informal...
This paper compares child mortality rates of Indigenous people with national rates. A long history of discrimination and exclusion experienced by indigenous residents of Mexico has created substantial disadvantage in terms of living conditions, education, and access to state resources. Recent...
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