Immigrant Language Proficiency, Earnings, and Language Policies

This paper addresses two questions: 1) what are the impacts of language proficiency on the earnings of Canadian adult immigrants; 2) what are the current policy responses. Using a five-level scale of English/French language use, our analysis of Public Use Microdata File for the 2001 census confirms ... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Quelle: In Canadian Studies in Population (01.12.2009)
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