Zhenchao Qian's research while affiliated with The Ohio State University and other places

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Article
Assimilation and split labor market dynamics are core foci in research on immigration, race/ethnicity, and inequality. Little work, however, systematically analyzes how assimilation and group-level power dynamics within labor markets intersect relative to employment trajectories and rewards. In this article, we do so by offering integrated analyses...

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... These conflicting trends raise important questions about the sources of racial/ethnic inequality among bachelor's degree holders. Much previous research on ethnoracial inequality has focused on comparing workers across different educational levels and has attributed such inequality to differences in human capital endowments, unemployment and contingent employment, and structural contexts of the labor market (Fairlie and Sundstrom 1997;Kalleberg, Reskin, and Hudson 2000;Huffman and Cohen 2004;Johnson, Pais, and South 2012;Restifo, Roscigno, and Qian 2013;Tomaskovic-Devey et al. 2005). Less systematic attention has been devoted to understanding ethnoracial inequality within the group of highly educated workers, the fastest growing segment of the workforce (Hudson 2007). ...