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ARIZA, Marina. Business Cycles and Labor Markets: Latin American Immigrants in the United States in The Post-Recession. Estud. sociol [online]. 2020, vol.38, n.113, pp.409-447.  Epub 04-Set-2020. ISSN 2448-6442.

Labor market weakness is one of the features distinguishing the economic recovery phase that followed the Great Recession, recognizable, among other aspects, in the slow decline in the unemployment rate and the fall in economic participation and population employment rates. To assess the situation of Latin American immigrants in this context, a multivariate analysis of the probability of moving from employment to economic inactivity is undertaken at four moments: pre-crisis (2007), crisis (2009) and growth (2014 and 2016), independently adjusted for men and women. The results corroborate the general increase in this probability, between 2007 and 2016, the greater vulnerability of Latin American immigrants to the ups and downs of the cycle, and an overall balance that is less favorable for the female than the male labor force in the post-recession period.

Palavras-chave : post-recession; labor market; Latinoamerican immigration; United States.

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