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Ethnic differences in labour market transitions: an exploration using the British household panel survey

Blackaby, David and Drinkwater, Stephen and Leslie, Derek and Murphy, Philip D. (2007) Ethnic differences in labour market transitions: an exploration using the British household panel survey. Applied economics letters, 6 (7). pp. 463-466. ISSN 1350-4851

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Abstract

The paper uses the first five waves of the British Household Panel Survey to explore the dynamics of the labour market experience of Britain's ethnic minorities relative to the white majority. The issue to be explored is labour market transitions. Ethnic minorities are shown to exhibit greater volatility. Only panel data can reveal this important labour market effect. Overall, the British Household Panel Survey should be seen as a useful addition to increasing our knowledge of Britain's ethnic minorities.

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