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AUTHOR(S)

Zlata Bruckauf; Yekaterina Chzhen; Emilia Toczydlowska
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LANGUAGE:
English
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ABSTRACT

The extent to which the socio-demographic composition of child populations drives inequality in child well-being depends on which children are most likely to do much worse than their peers. In this Research Brief we present evidence on the socio-economic vulnerability of immigrant children and highlight the relative contribution of immigrant background to the risks of falling behind in household income, education, health and life satisfaction.

SERIESInnocenti Research Briefs
SERIES No. 2016-07
DATE OF PUBLICATION2016
PAGES4