Hector Cordero-Guzman
Hector Cordero-Guzman
Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, City University of New York
Verified email at baruch.cuny.edu - Homepage
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Community-based organisations and migration in New York City
HR Cordero-Guzmán
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 31 (5), 889-909, 2005
2972005
Placing race in context
CE Rodriguez, H Cordero‐Guzman
Ethnic and Racial Studies 15 (4), 523-542, 1992
1791992
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith, R Grosfoguel
Temple University Press, 2001
1722001
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith, R Grosfoguel
Temple University Press, 2001
1722001
The question of sustainability for microfinance institutions
JJ Pollinger, J Outhwaite, H Cordero‐Guzmán
Journal of Small Business Management 45 (1), 23-41, 2007
1572007
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
1412008
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
922007
Schooling, color, and the labor force activity of women
M Tienda, KM Donato, H Cordero-Guzman
Social Forces 71 (2), 365-395, 1992
791992
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
742001
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
431998
Interorganizational networks among community-based organizations
H Cordero-Guzman
Communities and workforce development, 411-438, 2004
412004
Immigrant women workers in the neoliberal age
P Banerjee, MM Chin, JJ Chun, HR Cordero-Guzmán, E Estrada, ...
University of Illinois Press, 2013
372013
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
362013
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
271993
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
262000
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
212011
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
212001
Worker centers, worker center networks, and the promise of protections for low-wage workers
HR Cordero-Guzmán
WorkingUSA 18 (1), 31-57, 2015
202015
Ramón Grosfoguel, eds. 2001
HR Cordero-Guzmán, RC Smith
Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York, 0
20
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
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