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Why are Low-skilled Immigrants in the United States Poorly Paid Relative to Their Australian Counterparts? Some of the Issues Illustrated in the Context of the Footwear, Clothing, and Textile Industries

R G. Gregory, R. Anstie, Edward Klug

Chapter in NBER book Immigration, Trade, and the Labor Market (1991), John M. Abowd and Richard B. Freeman, editors (p. 385 - 406)
Conference held September 11-12, 1987
Published in January 1991 by University of Chicago Press
© 1991 by the National Bureau of Economic Research

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