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Marchal, Léa
Nedoncelle, Clément
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[Journal:] Review of International Economics [ISSN:] 1467-9396 [Volume:] 27 [Issue:] 5 [Pages:] 1480-1509
This paper investigates the export‐enhancing effect of immigrant workers and how this effect varies across occupations. We use a dataset made of French manufacturing firms from 1997 to 2009 and address the problem of endogenous employment choice using an instrumental variable‐two‐stage least squares (IV‐2SLS) strategy and a doubly robust estimator. Our results show that immigrants in both low‐ and high‐skilled occupations foster exports at both the intensive and the extensive margins. In addition, we show that this effect is spread across all export destinations.
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