Hector Cordero-Guzman
Hector Cordero-Guzman
Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, City University of New York
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Community-based organisations and migration in New York City
HR Cordero-Guzman
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 31 (5), 889-909, 2005
2802005
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith, R Grosfoguel
Temple University Press, 2001
1642001
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith, R Grosfoguel
Temple University Press, 2001
1642001
Placing race in context
CE Rodriguez, H Cordero‐Guzman
Ethnic and Racial Studies 15 (4), 523-542, 1992
1641992
The question of sustainability for microfinance institutions
JJ Pollinger, J Outhwaite, H Cordero‐Guzmán
Journal of Small Business Management 45 (1), 23-41, 2007
1462007
Voting with their feet: Nonprofit organizations and immigrant mobilization
H Cordero-Guzmán, N Martin, V Quiroz-Becerra, N Theodore
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (4), 598-617, 2008
1292008
Latino self-employment and entrepreneurship in the United States: An overview of the literature and data sources
BJ Robles, H Cordero-Guzman
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 613 (1 …, 2007
892007
Ethnic niches and racial traps: Jamaicans in the New York regional economy
P Kasinitz, M Vickerman
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York, 191-211, 2001
692001
Schooling, color, and the labor force activity of women
M Tienda, KM Donato, H Cordero-Guzman
Social Forces 71 (2), 365-395, 1992
651992
Interorganizational networks among community-based organizations
H Cordero-Guzman
Communities and workforce development, 411-438, 2004
402004
International migration in a global context: Recent approaches to migration theory
R Grosfoguel, H Cordero-Guzmán
Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies 7 (3), 351-368, 1998
401998
The development of sectoral worker center networks
HR Cordero-Guzmán, PA Izvănariu, V Narro
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 647 (1 …, 2013
332013
The demographic and socio‐economic characteristics of post‐1965 immigrants to New York City: A comparative analysis by national origin
H Cordero‐Guzmán, R Grosfoguel
International Migration 38 (4), 41-77, 2000
242000
Main Stream Support for a Mainstream Movement: The 99% Movement Comes From and Looks Like the 99
HR Cordero-Guzman
Retrieved from occupywallst. org/media/pdf/OWS-profile1-10-18-11-sent-v2 …, 2011
202011
Ramón Grosfoguel, eds. 2001
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York, 0
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Worker centers, worker center networks, and the promise of protections for low‐wage workers
HR Cordero‐Guzmán
WorkingUSA 18 (1), 31-57, 2015
172015
Cognitive skills, test scores, and social stratification: The role of family and school-level resources on racial/ethnic differences in scores on standardized tests (AFQT)
HR Cordero-Guzmán
The Review of Black Political Economy 28 (4), 31-71, 2001
172001
Introduction: Migration, transnationalization, and ethnic and racial dynamics in a changing New York
RC Smith, HR Cordero-Guzman, R Grosfoguel
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York, 1-32, 2001
172001
Immigrant aid societies and organizations
H Cordero-Guzman
Encyclopedia of American Immigration, 334-340, 2001
142001
The structure of inequality and the status of Puerto Rican youth in the US
HR Cordero Guzmán
Centro de Estudios Puertorriquenos Bulletin 5 (1), 100-15, 1993
141993
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
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