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Divergent paths to career fulfilment in applied anthropology2020 Practicing anthropology 42 (1): 56-64
  • Ann McElroy
  • Gemmae M. Fix
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Divergent paths in applied anthropology careers'
Digital entrepreneurship in Taiwan and Thailand: embracing precarity as a personal response to political and economic change2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (2): 264-80
  • Alberto Cossu
  • Wing-Fai Leung
Do ‘his’ education and class matter? The changing effect of the husband on women's labour-market transitions in Italy and Britain2019 British journal of sociology 70 (2): 526-50
  • Cristina Solera
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'Education, social life and mobility'
“You better move on”: determinants and labor market outcomes of graduate migration from Italy2019 International migration review 53 (1): 4-25
  • Carlo Barone
  • Ettore Recchi
  • Giulia Assirelli
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
A “U-shaped” pattern of immigrants’ occupational careers? A comparative analysis of Italy, Spain, and France2019 International migration review 53 (1): 26-58
  • Ivana Fellini
  • Raffaele Guetto
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
Different patterns of labor market integration by migration motivation in Europe: the role of host country human capital2019 International migration review 53 (1): 59-89
  • Wouter Zwysen
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
The matching hierarchies model: evidence from a survey experiment on employers' hiring intent regarding immigrant applicants2019 International migration review 53 (1): 90-121
  • Daniel Auer
  • Fabienne Liechti
  • Flavia Fossati
  • Giuliano Bonoli
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
Can cultural consumption increase future earnings? Exploring the economic returns to cultural capital2019 British journal of sociology 70 (1): 214-40
  • Aaron Reeves
  • Robert de Vries
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'Studies in social and cultural capital'
Do terrorist attacks affect ethnic discrimination in the labour market? Evidence from two randomized field experiments2019 British journal of sociology 70 (1): 241-60
  • Arnfinn H. Midtbøen
  • Elisabeth Ugreninov
  • Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund
  • Jon Rogstad
  • Tak Wing Chan
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'The social impact of terrorism and counter-terrorism'
The Nepali-Canadian living standard survey: newcomer incorporation in the greater Toronto area2019 Canadian ethnic studies 51 (1): 69-88
  • Bimal M. Shrestha
  • Birendra Ratna Sthapit
  • Naresh Tamrakar
  • Rinjan Shreshta
  • Tom O'Neill
  • Uttam Makaju
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0008-3496French summary
What explains the rise of majority–minority tensions and conflict in Xinjiang?2019 Central Asian survey 38 (1): 46-60
  • Reza Hasmath
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'Securitization, insecurity and conflict in contemporary Xinjiang'
What shapes local demand for 'guest worker' migrants in Japan? The case of the seafood industry2019 Contemporary Japan 31 (1): 2-20
  • Yusuke Mazumi
Militarized global apartheid2019 Current anthropology (Supplement) 60 (19): S26-S38
  • Catherine Besteman
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in thematic issue 'Cultures of militarism'
The making of immigrant niches in an affluent welfare state2019 International migration review 53 (2): 322-45
  • Arnfinn H. Midtbøen
  • Job Horgen Friberg
Port-of-entry neighborhood and its effects on the economic success of refugees in Sweden2019 International migration review 53 (3): 671-705
  • George Galster
  • Roger Andersson
  • Sako Musterd
Open borders, transport links, and local labor markets2019 International migration review 53 (3): 706-35
  • Mattias Engdahl
  • Olof Åslund
"Having a name of one's own, being a part of history": temporalities of precarity and political subjectivities of popular economy workers in Argentina2019 Dialectical anthropology 43 (1): 61-76
  • María Inés Fernández-Álvarez
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in thematic issue 'Labour politics in an age of precarity'
Federation, factories, and foreign capital: economic growth in Southern Rhodesia, 1953-19562019 International journal of African historical studies 52 (2): 231-53
  • Victor M. Gwande
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Bien agiter avant l'emploi. De l'activation des politiques d'emploi à l'agitation des chômeurs2019 Social science information 58 (4): 566-88
  • Jean-François Orianne
  • Laura Beuker
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184English summary
Academic hiring networks and institutional prestige: a case study of Canadian sociology2019 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 56 (3): 389-420
  • Andrew D. Nevin
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
Gendered double embeddedness: finding jobs through networks in the Chinese labor market2018 Social networks 52: 28-36
  • Felicia F. Tian
  • Xin Liu
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Familial consent: household factories in China2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (1/2): 132-58
  • Lina Hu
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849
Choosing a path to the ancient world in a modern market: the reality of faculty jobs in archaeology2018 American antiquity 83 (1): 1-12
  • April K. Smith
  • Brandon T. Ritchison
  • Carla S. Hadden
  • Corbin L. Kling
  • Isabelle Lulewicz
  • Justin Cramb
  • K.C. Jones
  • Katharine G. Napora
  • Katherine L. Reinberger
  • Maria Jose Rivera Araya
  • Matthew H. Colvin
  • Robert J. Speakman
  • Travis W. Jones
  • Victor D. Thompson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Perceived new demands associated with socioeconomic change: a challenge to job security?2018 Time and society 27 (1): 40-68
  • Alexandra Krause
  • Martin Obschoka
  • Rainer K. Silbereisen
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Jobless and godless: religious neoliberalism and the project of evangelizing employability in the US2018 Ethnography 19 (1): 84-104
  • Brian Hennigan
  • Gretchen Purser
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Immigrants and Italian labor market: statistical or taste-based discrimination?2018 Genus 74
  • Demetrio Panarello
  • Giovanni Busetta
  • Maria Gabriella Campolo
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556
"I don't make coffee for my husband in the morning": gender and precarious life among home-based workers in the Philippines2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (1): 365-91
  • Marie Larsson
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
Export agriculture, transnational farmworkers, and labor resistance in the Mexico-US borderlands2018 Dialectical anthropology 42 (2): 163-77
  • Christian Zlolniski
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in special issue 'On the heterogeneity of the US working class'
The causal effect of social capital on income: a new analytic strategy2018 Social networks 54: 82-90
  • Jing Shen
  • Yanjie Bian
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Referrals and information flow in networks increase discrimination: a laboratory experiment2018 Social networks 54: 254-65
  • Flaminio Squazzoni
  • Giangiacomo Bravo
  • Károly Takács
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Made in Denmark: refugees, integration and the self-dependent society2018 Anthropology today 34 (3): 12-14
  • Mikkel Rytter
Male migration and female labor market attachment: new evidence from the Mexican family life survey2018 International migration review 52 (1): 66-89
  • Qing Wang
Weathering the storm? The great recession and the employment status transition of low-skill male immigrant workers in the United States2018 International migration review 52 (1): 90-124
  • Blake Sisk
  • Katharine M. Donato
What do you fear? Anti-immigrant sentiment in Latin America2018 International migration review 52 (1): 236-72
  • Achim Kemmerling
  • Covadonga Meseguer
The gender deficit: everyday practices of differentiation in the Chilean labour market2018 Bulletin of Latin American research 37 (3): 291-305
  • Claudia Mora
  • Osvaldo Blanco
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
The influence of parents' social capital on their children's transition to vocational training in Germany2018 Social networks 55: 74-85
  • Tobias Roth
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Imprisonment and labor market outcomes: evidence from a natural experiment2018 American journal of sociology 124 (1): 49-110
  • Anh P. Nguyen
  • David J. Harding
  • Jeffrey D. Morenoff
  • Shawn D. Bushway
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Job mobility as a new explanation for the immigrant-native wage gap: a longitudinal analysis of the German labor market2018 International migration review 52 (3): 724-49
  • Hanna Brenzel
  • Malte Reichelt
Assessing the effectiveness of pay-to-go policies: evidence from Spain's voluntary return program2018 International migration review 52 (3): 750-79
  • Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes
  • Susan Pozo
Recapturing the household: reflections on labour, productive relations, and economic value2018 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 24 (S1): 75-88
  • Marit Melhuus
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987in special issue 'Dislocating labour: anthropological reconfigurations'; French summary
Expatriates go, let us grow. An analysis of employment patterns and development of a viable HRD model of Saudi Arabia2018 African and Asian studies 17 (4): 340-70
  • Deepanjana Varshney
H6 [AFRICAN-]1569-2094
Sri Lanka's labour migration trends, remittances and economic growth2018 South Asia research 38 (3): 61S-81S
  • Chandana Shrinath Wijetunga
  • Sanika Sulochani Ramanayake
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280supplement
Stuck behind kitchen doors? Assessing the work prospects of latter-generation Latino workers in a Los Angeles restaurant2018 Ethnic and racial studies 41 (1-2): 210-28
  • Eli R. Wilson
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in thematic section 'Immigration and social change in the USA'
Blaming the Polish plumber, blaming the French voter: bogeys and attribution of belief in liberal politics2018 Journal of American folklore 131 (522): 426-34
  • Dorothy Noyes
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Fake news'
Work as foraging: a smartphone study of job search and employment after prison2018 American journal of sociology 123 (5): 1453-91
  • Naomi F. Sugie
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
The white coat trap: pharmacy as an ethnic dominated occupation in Israel2018 Ethnic and racial studies 41 (7): 1312-31
  • Ariela Popper-Giveon
  • Ido Liberman
  • Yael Keshet
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870
Imprisonment and labor market outcomes: evidence from a natural experiment2018 American journal of sociology 124 (1): 49-110
  • Anh P. Nguyen
  • David J. Harding
  • Jeffrey D. Morenoff
  • Shawn D. Bushway
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Self-made lawyers? Pathways of socially mobile descendants of migrants from Turkey in Europe2017 Ethnic and racial studies 40 (2): 230-46
  • Sara Rezai
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'The upcoming new elite among children of immigrants'
Bonding or bridging? Professional network organizations of second-generation Turks in the Netherlands and France2017 Ethnic and racial studies 40 (2): 301-20
  • Elif Keskiner
  • Floris Vermeulen
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'The upcoming new elite among children of immigrants'
The multiplier effect: how the accumulation of cultural and social capital explains steep upward social mobility of children of low-educated immigrants2017 Ethnic and racial studies 40 (2): 321-38
  • Elif Keskiner
  • Frans Lelie
  • Jens Schneider
  • Maurice Crul
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'The upcoming new elite among children of immigrants'