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skyscraper height, business cycle, Granger causality, cointegration
immigrant networks, immigrant assimilation, demand effect, trade
Social Networks, Undocumented Mexican Immigrants, Double-Selection, MMP
homeownership, exit, subprime, minorities, immigrants, citizenship, hazard model
birthplace networks, home ownership, Great Recession, savings, years in the U.S., citizenship status
immigrant occupation, immigrant networks, bilateral trade, U.S.
housing adequacy gap structural adequacy, U.S. residential real estate, immigrants, minorities, American Housing Survey, naturalized
education-occupation mismatch, horizontal mismatch, social networks, hispanics, citizenship
home ownership, never married singles, marriage market, sex ratios, marriage rates, single females
homeownership, single, ethnicity, gender, race, recession
immigrant homeownership, immigration status, Spain
social networks, immigrants, unemployment duration, Great Recession
renter, homeowner, housing vulnerability, pandemic, ethnicity, Asian, COVID-19
Stochastic Frontier, Maximum Likelihood, Semi-parametric, efficiency, Panel Data, electiricty industry
International trade, immigration, semiparametric, dynamic panel, instrumental variable
Nonparametric, Fixed-effect, Kernel, Monte Carlo
Immigration, Terms of Trade, Heckscher-Ohlin Model
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