Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes

Peters E, Melzer SM (2022)
Work and Occupations 49(1): 79-129.

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Peters, EileenUniBi; Melzer, Silvia Maja
Abstract / Bemerkung
We investigate how the institutional context of the public and private sectors regulates the association of workplace diversity policies and relational status positions with first- and second-generation immigrants' wages. Using unique linked employer-employee data combining administrative and survey information of 6,139 employees in 120 German workplaces, we estimate workplace fixed-effects regressions. Workplace processes are institutionally contingent: diversity policies such as mixed teams reduce inequalities in the public sector, and diversity policies such as language courses reinforce existing inequalities in the private sector. In public sector workplaces where natives hold higher relational positions, immigrants' wages are lower. This group-related dynamic is not detectable in the private sector.
Stichworte
workplaces; institutional context; immigrant-native wage gaps; diversity; policies; relational position
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Work and Occupations
Band
49
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
79-129
ISSN
0730-8884
eISSN
1552-8464
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2960713

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Peters E, Melzer SM. Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes. Work and Occupations. 2022;49(1):79-129.
Peters, E., & Melzer, S. M. (2022). Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes. Work and Occupations, 49(1), 79-129. https://doi.org/10.1177/07308884211060765
Peters, E., and Melzer, S. M. (2022). Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes. Work and Occupations 49, 79-129.
Peters, E., & Melzer, S.M., 2022. Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes. Work and Occupations, 49(1), p 79-129.
E. Peters and S.M. Melzer, “Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes”, Work and Occupations, vol. 49, 2022, pp. 79-129.
Peters, E., Melzer, S.M.: Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes. Work and Occupations. 49, 79-129 (2022).
Peters, Eileen, and Melzer, Silvia Maja. “Immigrant-Native Wage Gaps at Work: How the Public and Private Sectors Shape Relational Inequality Processes”. Work and Occupations 49.1 (2022): 79-129.

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