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Glitz , Albrecht Working Paper Ethnic segregation in Germany

@inproceedings{Glitz2012GlitzA,
  title={Glitz , Albrecht Working Paper Ethnic segregation in Germany},
  author={A. Glitz},
  year={2012}
}
  • A. Glitz
  • Published 2012
  • Ethnic Segregation in Germany This paper provides a comprehensive description of the nature and extent of ethnic segregation in Germany. Using matched employer-employee data for the universe of German workers over the period 1975 to 2008, I show that there is substantial ethnic segregation across both workplaces and residential locations and that the extent of segregation has been relatively stable over the last 30 years. Workplace segregation is particularly pronounced in agriculture and… CONTINUE READING

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