The Impact of Immigration on Native Wages and Employment
Anthony Edo ()
Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Post-Print and Working Papers) from HAL
This paper investigates the immigration impact on native outcomes using micro-level data for France. I find that immigration does not affect the wages of competing natives, but induces adverse employment effects. This finding is consistent with a wage structure that is much less flexible in France. The quality of the data allows to dig more deeply into the interpretation of the immigration impact. First, I show that immigrants displace native workers because they are more willing to have bad employment conditions. Second, I find that natives on short-term contracts, who are less subject to wage rigidities, do experience wage losses due to immigration.
Keywords: Immigration; wage rigidities; employment; naturalization; rigidités salariales; emploi; naturalisation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in 2013
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Journal Article: The Impact of Immigration on Native Wages and Employment (2015)
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