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From: Immigrant over- and under-education: the role of home country labour market experience

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Pseudo R-squared values from probit estimations of over- and under-education of employed male immigrants in Australia. Notes: “Socio-economic characteristics” include: age, age squared, a dummy for having the qualification assessed in Australia, a dummy for being self-employed, dummies for the former country of residence, dummies for the entry visa type, a dummy for school age children present, a dummy for having financial funds at time of entry, and regional dummies. “Mismatch in home country” includes three dummy variables: “not working”, “over-educated”, and “under-educated”, with “correctly matched” being the base group.

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