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Tables

Table 1
The 'between' and 'within' variance decomposition ofimmigrant earnings, by arrival cohort and age at arrival

Table 2
The 'between' and 'within' variance decomposition of immigrant earnings based on Equations (4) and (5), by arrival cohort

Table 3
The effect of foreign education, language ability and birthplace on the between variance component of immigrants' earnings, by arrival cohort and age at arrival

Table 4
Parameter estimates related to the permanent component for models with common variances in the growth term

Table 5
The variance components of individual earnings, by year and cohort, sample weighted

Table 6
The variance components of individual earnings, by year and cohort, sample weighted

Table 7
The cohort-specific permanent variance components for the sample-weighted model with no controls, and with controls for foreign education, language ability and birthplace

Table 8
The cohort-specific transitory variance components for the sample-weighted model, with no controls, with controls for foreign education, language ability and birthplace

Charts

Figure 1-1
Estimates of p t from Models 1 and 2 (equal weighted and sample weighted)

Figure 1-2
Estimates of λ t from Models 1 and 2 (equal weighted and sample weighted)

Figure 2-1
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1980-to-1982 cohort

Figure 2-2
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1983-to-1985 cohort

Figure 2-3
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1986-to-1988 cohort

Figure 2-4
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1989-to-1991 cohort

Figure 2-5
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1992-to-1994 cohort

Figure 2-6
Variance (actual and predicted) and variance components (permanent and transitory) for different cohorts, based on estimates in Table 5 — 1995-to-1997 cohort

Figure 3-1
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1980-to-1982 arrival cohort

Figure 3-2
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1983-to-1985 arrival cohort

Figure 3-3
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1986-to-1988 arrival cohort

Figure 3-4
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1989-to-1991 arrival cohort

Figure 3-5
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1992-to-1994 arrival cohort

Figure 3-6
The permanent variance component, based on estimates in Table 7 — 1995-to-1997 arrival cohort

Appendix

Appendix A

Appendix B