This study examines how race and generational status shape self-employment propensities and industry-sector prestige among the self-employed in the U.S. It draws on theories of assimilation, racialization, and a combined framework, racialized incorporation, to guide the analysis and interpret the results. It uses data from the U.S. March Current Population Survey (2000–2010) offering the first nationally representative examination of second-generation self-employment in the U.S.
New paper explores effects of race and generational status among US self-employed
- 3 July 2015
In a paper published in International Migration Review, Ali R. Chaudhary examines race, generational status and self-employment