Legal U.S. Immigration: Influences on Gender, Age, and Skill Composition
Greenwood and McDowell develop empirical models that enable them to examine the influence of two important determinants - source country characteristics and U.S. immigration policy - on the gender, age, and skills of immigrants coming to America.
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