Selectivity of Migration and the Educational Disadvantages of Second-Generation Immigrants in Ten Host Societies

We find that the disadvantage in educational outcomes between the second generation and their peers from majority populations is smaller for ethnic groups that are more positively selected in terms of educational attainment. We also find some evidence that the effect of selective migration is moderated by the integration policies or tracking arrangements in the educational system in the destination country

 

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