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2002
Rosenfeld, Michael J. Measures of assimilation in the marriage market: Mexican Americans 1970-1990. Journal of Marriage and Family. 64, (1), 152 -
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1999
Jacobsen, Joyce P.,  Pearce, James Wishart, III,  Rosenbloom, Joshua L. The effects of childbearing on married women's labor supply and earnings: Using twin births as a natural experiment. Journal of Human Resources. 34, (3), 449-474.
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1998
Gray, Jeffrey S. Divorce-Law Changes, Household Bargaining, and Married Women's Labor Supply. American Economic Review. 88, (3), 628-642.
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1996
Carr, Deborah . Two paths to self-employment?: Women's and men's self-employment in the United States, 1980. Work and Occupations. 23, (1), 26 -
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1995
Horton, Hayward Derrick . Population Change and the Employment Status of College Educated Blacks. Research in Race and Ethnic Relations. 8, 99-114.
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1995
King, Mary C. Human capital and black women's occupational mobility. Industrial Relations. 34, (2), 282-298.
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1994
Logan, John R.,  Alba, Richard D.,  McNulty, Thomas L. Ethnic Economies in Metropolitan Regions: Miami and Beyond. Social Forces. 72, (3), 691-724.
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1991
Borjas, George J.,  Trejo, Stephen J. Immigrant Participation in the Welfare System. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 44, (2), 195-211.
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1991
Zhou, Min,  Logan, John R. In and Out of Chinatown: Residential Mobility and Segregation of New York City's Chinese. Social Forces. 70, (2), 387-407.
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1989
Fishback, Price V.,  Terza, Joseph V. Are estimates of sex discrimination by employers robust? The use of never-marrieds. Economic Inquiry. 27, (2), 271 -
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1989
Wallace, Steven P. The New Urban Latinos: Central American in a Mexican Immigrant Environment. Urban Affairs Quarterly. 25, (2), 239-264.
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1988
Snipp, C. Matthew,  Sandefur, Gary D. Earnings of American Indians and Alaskan Natives: The Effects of Residence and Migration. Social Forces. 66, (4), 994-1008.
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1987
Bates, Timothy . Self-Employed Minorities: Traits and Trends. Social Science Quarterly. 68, (3), 539-551.
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1987
Berger, Mark C.,  Blomquist, Glenn C.,  Waldner, Werner . A Revealed-Preference Ranking of Quality of Life for Metropolitan Areas. Social Science Quarterly. 68, (4), 761-778.
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1987
Borjas, George J. Immigrants, Minorities, and Labor Market Competition. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 40, (3), 382-392.
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1987
Kraut, Robert E.,  Grambsch, Patricia . Home-Based White Collar Employment: Lessons from the 1980 Census. Social Forces. 66, (2), 410-426.
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1985
Frisbie, W. Parker,  Opitz, Wolfgang,  Kelly, William R. Marital Instability Trends Among Mexican Americans as Compared to Blacks and Anglos: New Evidence. Social Science Quarterly. 66, (3), 587-601.
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