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The present research examines whether the 'healthy immigrant effect' thesis observed in the American context prevails also in the West European context. According to this thesis, immigrants are likely to be healthier than comparable nativeborn. Data for the analysis are obtained from the Generations and Gender Survey for the following countries: Austria, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Ordered logit regression models are estimated to compare the health of immigrants with the native-borndoi:10.17645/si.v7i4.2330 fatcat:23alxbyl3zebvlezcckxkejud4