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Table 2 Changes in immigrant shares across local authorities, Census and Annual Population Survey

From: Crime and immigration: new evidence from England and Wales

  Dependent variable: change in immigrant share
  Census, 2001-2011 Annual Population Survey, 2004/5-2010/11
  (1) (2) (3) (4)
A. England and Wales     
Predicted change in immigrant share 0.353 (0.059) 0.359 (0.067) 0.560 (0.098) 0.574 (0.095)
High historical immigrant share -0.050 (0.010) -0.044 (0.011) -0.054 (0.012) -0.054 (0.013)
Controls Yes Yes Yes Yes
Police force area fixed effects No Yes No Yes
F-test 20.18 15.04 18.15 19.02
Sample size 347 347 347 347
B. London     
Predicted change in immigrant share 0.150 (0.105) 0.153 (0.107) 0.698 (0.130) 0.674 (0.130)
High historical immigrant share -0.020 (0.016) -0.021 (0.016) -0.063 (0.016) -0.062 (0.016)
Controls Yes Yes Yes Yes
Police force area fixed effects No Yes No Yes
F-test 1.05 1.05 14.98 13.85
Sample size 33 33 33 33
  1. Notes: Weighted by population. High Historical Immigrant Share is a dummy variable equal to one if the Immigrant Share in 1991 Census of the local authority is greater than 0.20. Controls are: population growth, the change in the unemployment rate, the change in the share of males aged 15–39 and a dummy variable for the 33 London boroughs. Robust standard errors in parentheses.