Do ethnic networks influence circular migration? Evidence from the UK
Majlinda Joxhe ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 3, 197-200
This article identifies ethnic network effects among temporary migrants in the UK. Using microdata from Understanding Society and the UK Census, the empirical results show that ethnic networks change the individual probability for circular migration. These effects are strong and significant only for some ethnicities, when controlling for a set of socio-economic characteristics and when adding spatial variability
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