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... potential worry is that our effects are driven merely by highly individualistic countries, which have developed (formal or informal) institutions that appreciate skills more. Figure 4(a) shows the interaction between skill returns and level of individualism in the sample of firstgeneration migrants by plotting the destination-country-specific skill effect of Hofstede IDV against the destination country's Hofstede IDV score. The figure reveals no relation between the effect of individualism on skills in a destination country and that country's level of individualism. ...
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... The figure shows destination country-specific effect heterogeneity using the sample of first-generation migrants. Figure 4(a) plots the destination country-specific effect of Hofstede individualism (IDV) on numeracy skills against the destination country's Hofstede IDV score. Destination country-specific effects are obtained by regressing numeracy skills on origin-country Hofstede IDV interacted with dummies for destination countries. ...
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... and the Slovak Republic). Moreover, the pattern of selection does not correlate with the association between individualism and cognitive skills, as we find positive skill returns to individualism in all destination countries (see Figure 4). Overall, the results strongly suggest that selection on individualism is no first-order concern, which lends more credibility to the epidemiological approach. ...