Quantifying immigrant diversity in Europe

@article{Connor2014QuantifyingID,
  title={Quantifying immigrant diversity in Europe},
  author={Phillip Connor},
  journal={Ethnic and Racial Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={2055 - 2070}
}
The notion of increasing immigrant diversity is prevalent in immigration literature. However, little empirical research has examined if immigrant populations have become more diverse during the past two decades. Using data from Pew Research Center's Global Religion and Migration Database and the World Bank's Global Bilateral Migration Database, origin and religious change in immigrant populations since 1990 is presented for six European countries. Findings demonstrate that immigrant origin and… Expand

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