The French Generations and Gender Survey contains detailed information to study the exit from parental home and family formation processes among children of immigrants born in France. The longitudinal information contained in this data allows to trace the main events experienced in the early stages of the life course. Moreover, it contains information about the year of arrival in the host country and the characteristics of parents. The timing in the transition to adulthood for the second generation from European countries is close to the transition of native French individuals.Second generations from Maghreb leave the parental home and live with a first spouse – married or not – later than French natives, but only those with two immigrant parents.

Do the Descendants of Immigrants Become Adults Sooner or Later than Native-born? Evidence from the French Generations and Gender Survey

R. Impicciatore
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2019

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The French Generations and Gender Survey contains detailed information to study the exit from parental home and family formation processes among children of immigrants born in France. The longitudinal information contained in this data allows to trace the main events experienced in the early stages of the life course. Moreover, it contains information about the year of arrival in the host country and the characteristics of parents. The timing in the transition to adulthood for the second generation from European countries is close to the transition of native French individuals.Second generations from Maghreb leave the parental home and live with a first spouse – married or not – later than French natives, but only those with two immigrant parents.
Migrant Families in Europe. Evidence from the Generations & Gender Programme
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R. Impicciatore, A. Pailhé
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