Stephen Trejo
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Self-selection and internal migration in the United States
GJ Borjas, SG Bronars, SJ Trejo
Journal of urban Economics 32 (2), 159-185, 1992
7521992
Immigrant participation in the welfare system
GJ Borjas, SJ Trejo
ILR Review 44 (2), 195-211, 1991
3801991
Immigration policy and the skills of immigrants to Australia, Canada, and the United States
H Antecol, DA Cobb-Clark, SJ Trejo
Journal of Human Resources 38 (1), 192-218, 2003
3512003
Why do Mexican Americans earn low wages?
SJ Trejo
Journal of Political Economy 105 (6), 1235-1268, 1997
3351997
Hispanics and the Future of America.
ME Tienda, FE Mitchell
National Academies Press, 2006
2172006
The effects of overtime pay regulation on worker compensation
SJ Trejo
The American Economic Review, 719-740, 1991
2061991
Falling behind or moving up?: The intergenerational progress of Mexican Americans
J Groger, SJ Trejo
Public Policy Institute of California, 2002
1872002
Assimilation and the earnings of young internal migrants
GJ Borjas, SG Bronars, SJ Trejo
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 170-175, 1992
1751992
7. Ethnic Identification, Intermarriage, and Unmeasured Progress by Mexican Americans
B Duncan, SJ Trejo
Mexican immigration to the United States, 229-268, 2007
1622007
The demand for hours of labor: Direct evidence from California
DS Hamermesh, SJ Trejo
Review of economics and statistics 82 (1), 38-47, 2000
1542000
Hispanics in the US labor market
B Duncan, VJ Hotz, SJ Trejo
Hispanics and the Future of America, 228-290, 2006
1482006
The labor market skills of recent male immigrants: Evidence from the Current Population Survey
E Funkhouser, SJ Trejo
ILR Review 48 (4), 792-811, 1995
1401995
Overtime pay, overtime hours, and labor unions
SJ Trejo
Journal of Labor Economics 11 (2), 253-278, 1993
1341993
Assimilation via prices or quantities? Sources of immigrant earnings growth in Australia, Canada, and the United States
H Antecol, P Kuhn, SJ Trejo
Journal of human Resources 41 (4), 821-840, 2006
1312006
Intermarriage and the intergenerational transmission of ethnic identity and human capital for Mexican Americans
B Duncan, SJ Trejo
Journal of labor economics 29 (2), 195-227, 2011
1192011
Intergenerational progress of Mexican-origin workers in the US labor market
SJ Trejo
Journal of Human Resources 38 (3), 467-489, 2003
1182003
National origin and immigrant welfare recipiency
GJ Borjas, SJ Trejo
Journal of Public Economics 50 (3), 325-344, 1993
961993
Falling behind or moving up
J Grogger, SJ Trejo
The Intergenera, 2002
912002
Public sector unions and municipal employment
SJ Trejo
ILR Review 45 (1), 166-180, 1991
761991
Interethnic marriages and their economic effects
D Furtado, SJ Trejo
International handbook on the economics of migration, 2013
732013
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