Fertility of immigrant groups in Denmark by generation

It’s somewhat of an alt right myth that immigrant groups come into the country, and then continuously outbreed the original population even if no more immigration happens. While this maybe have happened historically, it does not generally happen in Western countries because the immigrant groups quickly reduce their fertility levels to the level of the…

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Immigrant employment and wages by origin country/region, host country, sex, and generation

Thanks to Trannyporno for sending me this study. Algan, Y., Dustmann, C., Glitz, A., & Manning, A. (2010). The economic situation of first and second‐generation immigrants in France, Germany and the United Kingdom. The Economic Journal, 120(542), F4-F30. A central concern about immigration is the integration into the labour market, not only of the first…

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Pay gap reports from Sweden

Sweden, the land of feminism, of course constantly demands the government produces reports that prove the sex gap in incomes is caused by evil eyes men. So, the bureaucrats attempt to oblige and produce a stream of reports, all of which result conclusions like these: Den statistiska analysen visar att den genomsnittliga löneskillnaden nästan helt…

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Asian Eyferth?

I am reading over James Flynn’s book on Arthur Jensen, Race and IQ from 1980. It’s very interesting from a historical perspective, and probably the best description of Jensen’s views writing by someone who disagreed with him. After a long discussion of the interpretation of the Eyferth study of offspring of US soldiers in post-WW2…

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