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  • Immigrant underemployment across US metropolitan areas : from a spatial perspective
  • This article examines the immigrant underemployment across US metropolitan areas from a spatial perspective. Results suggest that the probability of individual labour force’s underemployment within any metropolitan area is highly contingent
  • 2014
  • Using 2006–2010 American Community Survey data and a multilevel research design, this study examines how the spatial concentration of African Americans within local labor markets is associat-ed with the probability of self-employment and job
  • earnings from business ownership. It finds a negative relationship between the spatial concentration of African Americans and their business ownership in Miami, but not in Atlanta. In Detroit, a higher percentage of US-born African Americans in the local
  • 2014
  • and correlation analysis are employed to investigate the temporal variability and spatial distribution of temperature extremes. Sixteen indices of extreme temperature are selected. The results highlight that : The cold indices show a decreasing trend, while
  • the warm indices show an increasing trend; The spatial distribution of the various indices (extreme cold and warm indices, growing season length) is significantly different in the upper, middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River Basin; For the extreme
  • 2014