Ali Chaudhary’s article based on his Qualifying Paper has been accepted for publication in the International Migration Review.
Ali Chaudhary’s article “Racialized Incorporation: The Effects of Race and Generational-Status on Self-Employment Propensities and Industry-Sector Prestige in the United States” has been accepted for publication in the International Migration Review. Based on research conducted for his Qualifying Paper, Ali’s paper analyzes the effects of race and generational-status on the social organization of self-employment. The article builds on theories of assimilation and racialization by introducing a combined theoretical framework “racialized incorporation” which is used to interpret his findings and explain how race shapes the economic incorporation of immigrants and their offspring. The article will appear in print sometime in 2014. The International Migration Review is the most widely read migration journal in the United States and Europe.