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Migration Background and Subjective Well-Being A Multilevel Analysis Based on the European Social Survey

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Abstract Contributing to the debate on the integration of migrants in Europe, this study focuses on Subjective Well-Being (SWB) of people with migration backgrounds compared to people without a migration background – specifying SWB in terms of successful integration. The analyses employ a multilevel perspective (data base: European Social Survey). On the macro level, gross domestic product (GDP), welfare regime, xenophobia and the migrant integration policy index (MIPEX) are considered; on the micro level, social origin, education, unemployment, income deprivation, relationship status, health status and controls. Findings indicate a disadvantage in SWB of first-generation migrants that goes beyond deficits regarding well-studied SWB determinants. The SWB gap between migrants and non-migrants is larger in countries with a high GDP and smaller in countries with a high MIPEX score.

Affiliations: 1: University of Luxembourg Faculty of Language and Literature, Literature, Humanities, Arts and Educational Sciences (FLSHASE) andreas.hadjar@uni.lu

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2013-01-01
2016-12-08

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