William Haller
William Haller
Verified email at clemson.edu
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Transnational entrepreneurs: An alternative form of immigrant economic adaptation
A Portes, WJ Haller, LE Guarnizo
American Sociological Review, 278-298, 2002
14892002
Assimilation and Transnationalism: Determinants of Transnational Political Action among Contemporary Migrants
LE Guarnizo, A Portes, W Haller
American Journal of Sociology 108 (6), 1211-1248, 2003
14702003
The Informal Economy
A Portes, W Haller
The Handbook of Economic Sociology, Second Edition, 403-425, 2005
1293*2005
Segmented assimilation on the ground: The new second generation in early adulthood
A Portes, P Fernandez-Kelly, W Haller
Ethnic and racial studies 28 (6), 1000-1040, 2005
8602005
The adaptation of the immigrant second generation in America: A theoretical overview and recent evidence
A Portes, P Fernández-Kelly, W Haller
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 35 (7), 1077-1104, 2009
4162009
Dreams fulfilled, dreams shattered: Determinants of segmented assimilation in the second generation
W Haller, A Portes, SM Lynch
Social forces 89 (3), 733-762, 2011
3122011
The transnational dimensions of identity formation: Adult children of immigrants in Miami
W Haller, P Landolt
Ethnic and Racial Studies 28 (6), 1182-1214, 2005
1992005
Moving ahead in madrid: Aspirations and expectations in the spanish second generation
A Portes, R Aparicio, W Haller, E Vickstrom
International Migration Review 44 (4), 767-801, 2010
882010
Spanish Legacies: The Coming of Age of the Second Generation
A Portes, W Aparicio, Rosa, Haller
University of California Press, 2016
552016
La segunda generación en Madrid: un estudio longitudinal
A Portes, R Aparicio, W Haller
Boletín Elcano, 10, 2009
532009
The cosmopolitan—local continuum in cross-national perspective
W Haller, V Roudometof
Journal of Sociology 46 (3), 277-297, 2010
442010
Progresar en Madrid: aspiraciones y expectativas de la segunda generación en España
A Portes, R Aparicio, W Haller, E Vickstrom
Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (REIS) 134 (1), 55-85, 2011
402011
Rejoinder: On the Dangers of Rosy Lenses: Reply to Alba, Kasinitz and Waters
W Haller, A Portes, SM Lynch
Social Forces 89 (3), 775-781, 2011
392011
Dreaming in Spain: parental determinants of immigrant children's ambition
A Portes, E Vickstrom, WJ Haller, R Aparicio
Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (4), 557-589, 2013
382013
Diaspora tourism and homeland attachment: An exploratory analysis
WJ Huang, WJ Haller, GP Ramshaw
Tourism Analysis 18 (3), 285-296, 2013
352013
Children of immigrants in the United States
A Portes, W Haller, P Fernández-Kelly
Tempo Social 20 (1), 13-50, 2008
32*2008
Industrial restructuring and urban change in the Pittsburgh Region: Developmental, ecological, and socioeconomic tradeoffs
W Haller
Ecology and Society 10 (1), 2005
272005
Immigrant entrepreneurship in comparative perspective: rates, human capital profiles and implications of immigrant self-employment in advanced Industrialized societies
W Haller
Luxembourg Income Study Conference, June, Bourglinster, Luxemburg, 2004
242004
Fit to miss, but matched to hatch: Success factors among the second generation's disadvantaged in South Florida
L Konczal, W Haller
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 620 (1 …, 2008
222008
Social indicators of cosmopolitanism and localism in eastern and western Europe: an exploratory analysis
V Roudometof, W Haller
Cosmopolitanism and Europe 15, 181, 2007
222007
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