Decomposition of intergenerational changes in self-employment
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|Canadian-born fathers to third-and-higher-
|Immigrant fathers to second- generation sons||Immigrant fathers to 1.5-generation sons||Canadian-born mothers to
third-and-higher- generation daughters
|Immigrant mothers to second- generation daughters||Immigrant mothers to 1.5-generation daughters|
|Difference between observed and
|Contribution to the above difference|
|Number of children||31.1||19.8||18.8||59.8||44.8||37.2|
|Years of experience||21.8||49.8||51.7||42.8||71.0||71.1|
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