The Economic Integration of Immigrants and Regional Resilience



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1 We used the 5 percent samples from the 2000 Decennial Census and the 2010 American Community Survey respectively for all diversity index calculations and to calculate our resilience outcome measures for 2000-2010.

2 We also explored other alternative measures of occupational diversity, including the difference in the diversity index between immigrants and native workers. Since the results were similar, we exclude this analysis for the sake of brevity.

3The IPUMS files use the older metro definitions, which correspond to the MSA/PMSA definitions used for the 2000 Census. To covert these values to the current system, we allocated each value to the county level and then used the county-based CBSA definitions determined by the OMB to take the population-based weighted average to reconstruct each measure back to the CBSA level. Variables were converted from their original geography so that we could merge the dataset to the Building Resilient Regions database.
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