The US labour market has rather decentralised wage-setting with limited influence of unions and government, and .
The US labour market has rather decentralised wage-setting with limited influence of unions and government, and thereby is viewed as exhibiting greater flexibility of real wage levels and of relative wages. US labour market flexibility also arises from unemployment benefits of more limited duration, less stringent employment protection rules, and more geographically mobile workers than in most OECD nations.
Immigration has played an important role in demographic change . Since the end of World War Two, two waves of immigration policy have occurred
Immigration has played an important role in demographic change throughout Canada's history. Since the end of World War Two, two waves of immigration policy have occurred. The first, from 1945 until late in the 1960's, was dominated by an influx of "ethnics", largely of southern European origin. This was followed, due to a change of policy, by a second wave of immigrants, markedly more international in origin. Leong; Mark M. Leach Routledge, 2008.
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Populations of visible ethnic minorities have steadily increased over the past few decades in immigrant-receptive societies. File: PDF, .
The Ethnic Penalty argues that a penalty has impeded the occupational .
As a result, ethnic minorities have a lower income, higher unemployment and a general failure to convert their high educational attainments into comparable occupational outcomes. Contents: Preface; Introduction; Immigration; Education; The labour market; The penalty; Future outlook; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.
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The Ethnic Penalty: Immigration, Education and the Labour Market.
Reza Hasmath concludes that exclusionary discrimination is not the only potential explanation for ethnic penalties. The Ethnic Penalty: Immigration, Education and the Labour Market. Retrieved 12 November 2016.
Recent papers in Migrations and labour markets
Recent papers in Migrations and labour markets. In this paper, the Franco-Mauritian group is conceptualised as a dominant ethnic minority which sought to legitimise and maintain its dominant position and identity under the challenge of decolonisation, by resorting to emigration to South Africa.
employers may still use racial and ethnic queues in hiring. The labor force partici pation rate includes in the denominator individuals who are actively employed, who have a job but are not currently at work, and those who are looking for work. It can be affected by different cultural norms and values regarding women working outside the home, the age structure of a population, the overall health and disability prevalence across a population, and other factors not necessarily measuring "willingness to work.
As far as labour migration and related burning issues are concerned, voices of scholars who come from a constructivist perspective are heard.
Tribal-State Relations in the Anglosphere
Tribal-State Relations in the Anglosphere. Democratic Authoritarianism: Origins and Effects. When and Why Minority Legislators Matter. Ethnic differences in labor-market outcomes persist in many receiving countries; immigrant status may erect greater barriers to entry and lead to wage penalties and occupational mismatch.