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Are Foreign-trained Nurses Perfect Substitutes for U.S.-trained Nurses?
(Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 2015-10-01)
The authors investigate whether foreign- and U.S.-trained nurses are substitutes by studying the differences in their wages and whether wage differentials respond to relative supplies of foreign- and U.S.- trained nurses. ...
Immigrant Social Policy in the American States: Race Politics and State TANF and Medicaid Eligibility Rules for Legal Permanent Residents
(SAGE Publications, 2013-03)
This article explains variations in the response of states to the devolution of authority in immigrant social policy in the context of the 1996 Welfare Reform. The passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity ...
Adventures in El Norte: The Identities and Immigration of Unaccompanied Youth
(SAGE Publications Inc., 2017-08)
Research on migration typically focuses on adults; yet, each year, thousands of children and adolescents immigrate to the United States independently. The experiences and identities of these young immigrants are complicated ...