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Rezart Hoxhaj
Rezart Hoxhaj
University of Bari Aldo Moro
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The complex relationship between immigrants’ concentration, socioeconomic environment and attitudes towards immigrants in Europe
R Hoxhaj, CV Zuccotti
Ethnic and Racial Studies 44 (2), 272-292, 2021
342021
A study of the communication channels used by migrants and asylum seekers in Italy, with a particular focus on online and social media
G Sanchez, R Hoxhaj, S Nardin, A Geddes, L Achilli, S Kalantaryan
292018
Wage expectations of illegal immigrants: The role of networks and previous migration experience
R Hoxhaj
International Economics 142, 136-151, 2015
282015
Immigrant naturalisation, employment and occupational status in Western Europe
R Hoxhaj, M Vink, T Breuer
Frontiers in sociology 5, 70, 2020
272020
FDI and migration of skilled workers towards developing countries: firm-level evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
R Hoxhaj, L Marchal, A Seric
Journal of African Economies 25 (2), 201-232, 2016
232016
Regulation and supervision of microfinance in Albania
R Hoxhaj
Business and Economic Horizons, 75-81, 2010
152010
Inclusive Europe: the impact of the EU Cohesion Policy on immigrants’ economic integration in Italy
M Giua, R Hoxhaj, E Pierucci
Journal of Policy Modeling, 2022
102022
Global interactions and the ‘twin’gender gaps in employment and wages: evidence from Vietnam
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 18, 2018
92018
The demand for foreign workers by foreign firms: evidence from Africa
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, A Seric
Review of World Economics 152, 2016
92016
Sharing Responsibility For Refugees And Expanding Legal Migration. 2017 MEDAM Assessment Report On Asylum And Migration Policies In Europe
M Barslund, M Akg, N Laurentsyeva, L Ludolph
82017
Foreign firms and the gender gap in employment: Evidence from Vietnam
N Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, A Seric
Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Working Paper Series, 2017
72017
Immigrants' demand for informal and formal education: evidence from US time use data
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, J Hubert
Journal of Demographic Economics, 2021
5*2021
Heterogeneous firms in international markets and gender inequalities: new evidence from Vietnam
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj
Feminist Economics, 2022
22022
Do foreign firms transfer gender norms in the labour market? Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
R Hoxhaj, F Miti
South African Journal of Economics, 2020
22020
The impact of COVID-19 on work from home of ethnic groups in the USA: Evidence from time-use data
R Hoxhaj, F Miti
International Journal of Manpower, 2023
12023
2018 MEDAM Assessment Report on Asylum and Migration Policies in Europe. Flexible Solidarity: A comprehensive strategy for asylum and immigration in the EU
E Ademmer, M Barslund, D Benček, M Di Salvo, D Groll, R Hoxhaj, ...
Kiel: Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW), 2018
12018
Foreign workers in Foreign Firms: evidence from Africa
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, A Seric
12015
The most precious resource: time allocation of immigrants in the US
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, H Jayet
EGEIWP, 2023
2023
Coping with education supply shocks: how COVID-19 affected parents’ time spent on children’s education
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, H Jayet
Applied Economics Letters, 1-5, 2023
2023
Crossing Boundaries and Time: An Exploration of Time Allocation, Emotional Well-Being of Immigrants in the United States
ND Coniglio, R Hoxhaj, R Lagravinese
GLO Discussion Paper, 2023
2023
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