Economic Theories of Citizenship?
This paper explores the relationship of immigrant citizenship ascension and the effect on the naturalized citizen's economic outcomes in Europe and North America. We offer a unique model and empirical outcomes to define optimal waiting periods for immigrant ascension to citizenship by entry class and human capital requirements for country specific examples.
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- Bruno S. Frey, 2003.
"Flexible Citizenship for a Global Society,"
Politics, Philosophy & Economics,
, vol. 2(1), pages 93-114, February.
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