Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries

Tsolak D, Bürmann M, Kroh M (2021)
Journal of Family Research: 1-54.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Family Research
Seite(n)
1-54
ISSN
2699-2337
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2954405

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Tsolak D, Bürmann M, Kroh M. Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries. Journal of Family Research. 2021:1-54.
Tsolak, D., Bürmann, M., & Kroh, M. (2021). Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries. Journal of Family Research, 1-54. https://doi.org/10.20377/jfr - 490
Tsolak, D., Bürmann, M., and Kroh, M. (2021). Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries. Journal of Family Research, 1-54.
Tsolak, D., Bürmann, M., & Kroh, M., 2021. Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries. Journal of Family Research, , p 1-54.
D. Tsolak, M. Bürmann, and M. Kroh, “Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries”, Journal of Family Research, 2021, pp. 1-54.
Tsolak, D., Bürmann, M., Kroh, M.: Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries. Journal of Family Research. 1-54 (2021).
Tsolak, Dorian, Bürmann, Marvin, and Kroh, Martin. “Migration and intergenerational stability in female employment: The impact of differences between sending and receiving countries”. Journal of Family Research (2021): 1-54.

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