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Immigrant Bilingualism in Spain: An Asset or a Liability? Support for the surveys on which this study is based was provided by successive grants from the Spencer Foundation, the Ministry of Science and Innovation of Spain, and the Directorate of Immigration of the Community of Madrid. We acknowledge, in particular, the steady support of the Spencer Foundation, without which the study could not have been successfully completed. Alejandro Portes and Rosa Aparicio were the principal investigators. We also acknowledge the helpful comments of anonymous reviewers of earlier versions of the paper. Responsibility for the contents is solely ours

Maria Medvedeva and Alejandro Portes

International Migration Review, 2017, vol. 51, issue 3, 632-666

Date: 2017
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