Cultural Integration in Germany

@article{Constant2010CulturalII,
  title={Cultural Integration in Germany},
  author={Amelie Constant and Olga Nottmeyer and Klaus F. Zimmermann},
  journal={ERN: Labor Markets (Topic)},
  year={2010}
}
This chapter investigates the integration processes of immigrants in Germany by comparing certain immigrant groups to natives differentiating by gender and immigrant generation. Indicators which are supposed to capture cultural integration of immigrants are differences in marital behavior as well as language abilities, ethnic identification and religious distribution. A special feature of the available data is information about overall life satisfaction, risk aversion and political interest… 
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