The Economics of Citizenship: A Common Intellectual Ground for Social Scientists?
Economists studying the economic behaviour of immigrants have tended to avoid serious interdisciplinary work. I argue that, when presented with a particular set of research questions that lend themselves to a utility maximisation framework, an economist will be able to pursue interdisciplinary work....
|Main Author:||Devoretz, Don J|
|Place of publication:||
Taylor & Francis Group 01.05.2008
|published in:||Journal of ethnic and migration studies Vol. 34; no. 4; pp. 679 - 693|
|Data of publication:||5/1/2008|
Sociology & Social History
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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