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Assimilation and birth outcomes of Hispanics in the US]Mariages mixtes et issue des grossesses des Hispaniques aux États Unis

@inproceedings{Giuntella2020AssimilationAB,
  title={Assimilation and birth outcomes of Hispanics in the US]Mariages mixtes et issue des grossesses des Hispaniques aux États Unis},
  author={Osea Giuntella},
  year={2020}
}
Osea Giuntella The immigrant health effect is a well-known public health fact observed in many advanced economies. Immigrants tend to be healthier than natives, though their health advantage erodes over time. In the US the facts are particularly striking when analyzing Hispanics who share similar socioeconomic background with African-Americans, but score much better with respect to health outcomes. Indeed, despite a lower socioeconomic status, recent Hispanic immigrants are healthier than the… 

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