1 edition of English language fluency and the ethnic wage gap in Britain found in the catalog.
English language fluency and the ethnic wage gap in Britain
1999 by University College of Swansea, Department of Economics .
Written in English
|Statement||by N.C. O"Leary and others.|
|Series||Discussion paper series -- no 99-09|
|Contributions||O"Leary, N. C., University of Wales (Swansea). Department of Economics.|
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English Language Fluency and the Ethnic Wage Gap for Men in England and Wales / David, Blackaby. Economic Issues, Volume: 6, Pages: 21 - Swansea University Author: David, Blackaby. Abstract. English Language Fluency and the Ethnic Wage Gap for Men in England and WalesCited by: English language fluency and the ethnic wage gap in Britain book.
It explores the determinants of their English language (speaking) fluency and the key role such skills play in their occupational success. Our sample is derived from the Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities undertaken in Uniquely this data contains an interviewer-assessed measure of Cited by: English Language Fluency and the Ethnic Wage Gap for Men in England and Wales by: David, Blackaby Published: () Black-White Male Earnings and Employment Prospects in the s and s: Evidence for Britain by: David, Blackaby Published: ()Cited by: English language fluency is shown to have an important influence over the labour market success of ethnic minority workers in Britain.
Even after controlling for this factor, though, substantial Author: Emmanuel Ogbonna. Downloadable (with restrictions). Using the interaction of language of country of birth and age-at-arrival as instruments, we find strong evidence of a causal effect of English as Additional Language (EAL) on the native–immigrant wage gap for male employees in the UK.
Downloadable. We investigate the extent to which deficiency at English as measured by English as Additional Language (EAL), contribute to the immigrant-native wage gap for female employees in the UK, controlling for covariates. To deal with the endogeneity of EAL and a substantial problem of self-selection into employment we suggest a 3-step estimator (TSE).
Murphy, P., Blackaby, D., O'Leary, N., Staneva, A. Understanding What Has Been Happening to the Public‐Sector Pay Premium in Great Britain: A Distributional Approach Based on the Labour Force Survey British Journal of Industrial Relations.
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The two official languages, English and Swahili, are used in varying degrees of fluency for communication with other amstrad.fung code: + The impact of religion on the employment and earnings of Britain's ethnic communities” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 28 – Google Scholar | Crossref Lindley, J K L, b, “The English language fluency and earnings of ethnic minorities in Britain” Scottish Journal of Cited by: 4.
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