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Accent Penalties and the Earnings of Mexican American Men
(SW Hispanic Research Inst., 1991-07-30)
In this study we find that, independent of English proficiency, Mexican Americans speaking English with an accent tend to earn significantly lower wages than their non-accented peers. This result is of interest to social ...
Labor-Market Discrimination, Undocumented-Worker Effects, and the Earnings of Mexican American Men
(SW Hispanic Research Inst., 1991-06-15)
The study of the inverse relationship between the labor-market density and the earnings of Mexican Americans yields fruitful insights into the formation of Mexican American earnings. This empirical effort leads to ...