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The rise of anti-foreigner sentiment in European societies, 1988-2000
M Semyonov, R Raijman, A Gorodzeisky
American sociological review 71 (3), 426-449, 2006
10572006
Population size, perceived threat, and exclusion: A multiple-indicators analysis of attitudes toward foreigners in Germany
M Semyonov, R Raijman, AY Tov, P Schmidt
Social Science Research 33 (4), 681-701, 2004
5032004
Foreigners' impact on European societies: public views and perceptions in a cross-national comparative perspective
M Semyonov, R Raijman, A Gorodzeisky
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (1), 5-29, 2008
3442008
Immigrants’ Pathways to Business Ownership: A Comparative Ethnic Perspective
R Raijman, M Tienda
International migration review 34 (3), 682-706, 2000
3012000
Determinants of entrepreneurial intentions: Mexican immigrants in Chicago
R Raijman
The Journal of Socio-Economics 30 (5), 393-411, 2001
2882001
Do foreigners deserve rights? Determinants of public views towards foreigners in Germany and Israel
R Raijman, M Semyonov, P Schmidt
European Sociological Review 19 (4), 379-392, 2003
2322003
International migration, domestic work, and care work: Undocumented Latina migrants in Israel
R Raijman, S Schammah-Gesser, A Kemp
Gender & Society 17 (5), 727-749, 2003
2192003
Gender, ethnicity, and immigration: Double disadvantage and triple disadvantage among recent immigrant women in the Israeli labor market
R Raijman, M Semyonov
Gender & Society 11 (1), 108-125, 1997
2051997
Perceived threat and exclusionary attitudes towards foreign workers in Israel
R Raijman, M Semyonov
Ethnic and Racial Studies 27 (5), 780-799, 2004
1722004
Ethnic foundations of economic transactions: Mexican and Korean immigrant entrepreneurs in Chicago
R Raijman, M Tienda
Ethnic & Racial Studies 26 (5), 783-801, 2003
1722003
Mexican immigrants and informal self-employment in Chicago
R Raijman
Human organization 60 (1), 47-55, 2001
1642001
What does a nation owe non-citizens? National attachments, perception of threat and attitudes towards granting citizenship rights in a comparative perspective
R Raijman, E Davidov, P Schmidt, O Hochman
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (2-3), 195-220, 2008
1532008
Contesting the limits of political participation: Latinos and black African migrant workers in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman, J Resnik, SS Gesser
Ethnic and Racial Studies 23 (1), 94-119, 2000
1362000
Modes of Labor Market Incorporation and Occupational Cost among New Immigrants to Israel
R Raijman, M Semyonov
International Migration Review 29 (2), 375-394, 1995
1141995
Immigrants' income packaging and invisible labor force activity
M Tienda, R Raijman
Social Science Quarterly, 291-310, 2000
1112000
Promoting Hispanic immigrant entrepreneurship in Chicago
M Tienda, R Raijman
Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 9 (1), 1-22, 2004
1092004
Labor market competition, perceived threat, and endorsement of economic discrimination against foreign workers in Israel
M Semyonov, R Raijman, A Yom-Tov
Social Problems 49 (3), 416-431, 2002
1092002
Best of times, worst of times, and occupational mobility: The case of Soviet immigrants in Israel
R Raijman, M Semyonov
International migration 36 (3), 291-312, 1998
1091998
Immigrants' socioeconomic progress post-1965: Forging mobility or survival?
R Raijman, M Tienda
na, 1999
951999
“Tel Aviv is not foreign to you”: Urban incorporation policy on labor migrants in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman
International Migration Review 38 (1), 26-51, 2004
832004
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