Voting Rights and Immigrant Incorporation: Evidence from Norway

@article{Ferwerda2020VotingRA,
  title={Voting Rights and Immigrant Incorporation: Evidence from Norway},
  author={J. Ferwerda and Henning Finseraas and J. Bergh},
  journal={British Journal of Political Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={713-730}
}
  • J. Ferwerda, Henning Finseraas, J. Bergh
  • Published 2020
  • Economics
  • British Journal of Political Science
  • How do political rights influence immigrant integration? This study demonstrates that the timing of voting rights extension plays a key role in fostering political incorporation. In Norway, non-citizens are eligible to vote in local elections after three years of residency. Drawing on individual-level registry data and a regression discontinuity design, the study leverages the exogenous timing of elections relative to the start of residency periods to identify the effect of early access to… CONTINUE READING

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