/ GEMM Presentations
12/01/2017

Ethnic Inequality in Retirement Income: A Comparative Analysis of Immigrant-Native Gaps in Western Europe

A paper by Jan Paul Heisig, Bram Lancee and Jonas Radl, partly funded by the GEMM project, as presented at the “More Years Better Lives” Midterm Conference in Rome on the 1st and 2nd of December 2016.   Abstract Previous research unequivocally shows that immigrants are less successful on the labour market than the native-born […]

12/01/2017

Immigrant-Native Unemployment Gaps in Western Europe Before and After the Great Recession: the Role of Labour Market Structure and Institutions

Presentation delivered on the 3rd of October 2016 at the GEMM project meeting, by Ivana Fellini, Raffaele Guetto and Emilio Reyneri. Abstract While the existence of substantial differences, across destination-countries, in immigrant-native unemployment gaps in Europe is well-established, underlying mechanisms have not yet been clearly identified. Empirical analyses often take into account one or very […]

12/01/2017

Human Capital vs. Labour Market Segmentation? A comparative analysis of immigrants’ occupational careers in Italy, Spain and France

Presentation delivered on the 3rd of October 2016 at the GEMM project meeting, by Ivana Fellini, Raffaele Guetto and Emilio Reyneri. Abstract Immigrants are found to be employed in less skilled jobs compared to natives in all Western European countries. However, empirical analyses usually adopt a static approach, assessing differences between immigrants and natives at […]

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