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Journal ArticleInvoluntary migration, context of reception, and social mobility: The case of Vietnamese refugee resettlement in the United States
Part of Journal Special Issue Involuntary Migration, Inequality, and IntegrationRefugees Involuntary migration Boat people
Journal ArticleInvoluntary migration, inequality, and integration: National and subnational influences
Part of Journal Special Issue Involuntary Migration, Inequality, and IntegrationEconomic integration Horizontal inequality Inequality
Journal Special IssueInvoluntary Migration, Inequality, and Integration: Vietnamese and Afghan migrants in Canada, Germany, the UK, and the US
THIS COLLECTION OF ARTICLES IS ON EARLY VIEW. Migration is an inherent feature of human history. A rich literature considers the experiences of global migrants across diverse environments...Involuntary migration Inequality
Working PaperInvoluntary migration, inequality, and integration: National and subnational influences
Across the world, we observe different experiences in terms of inequality between migrant and ‘host-country’ populations. What factors contribute to such variation?...Economic integration Horizontal inequality Inequality
Working PaperInvoluntary migration, context of reception, and social mobility: The case of Vietnamese refugee resettlement in the United States
In this study, we examine the Vietnamese population of the United States as a case study in the integration of a refugee group in a host country. We approach this case in three parts...Refugees Involuntary migration Boat people