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The LISA, RAKS and STATIV databases provide individual-level data on personal characteristics, education, employment, labor income, immigration status, and occupation. We consider data from the period 1990–2013. We include Swedishborn and foreign-born refugee-immigrant workers who were born between 1954 and 1980. Registers for plants, firms, corporations, trade, organizational classifications, locati
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