This seminar extends the existing literature by using Census microdata to show that geographic sorting is also nativity-biased, and that immigrant workers sort into cities with higher wages and inelastic housing supplies.
Past Ph.D. students from the Department of Economics at UC Davis, who are currently faculty and researchers in different institutions around the world, will visit and present papers from their area of research.
Researchers from UC Davis and the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich come together to present results of their studies on the social protection of “crisis migrants” including unaccompanied minors, climate change migrants, and those fleeing structural poverty.
The MLGH Conference brings together a multidisciplinary group of scholars and scientists for two exciting days of exploration and debate on the interrelated issues of labor migration, occupational health, and economics.
This seminar asks how Latina mothers seek to foster advantageous social identities in their daughters through their parenting practices, or more specifically, how Latina mothers manage and think about their daughter’s doll access.