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Self-employment is an important aspect of the immigrant experience in the labor market. Self-employment rates for immigrants exceed 15 percent for some national groups. This paper addresses three related questions on the self-employment experience of immigrants. First, how do self-employment rates of immigrants compare to those of native-born men? Second, is there an 'assimilationtt effect on the self-employment propensity of immigrants? Finally, are the more recent waves of immigrants facingdoi:10.2307/145764 fatcat:ildb7d5i4vf2dfim5lvdz45pzq