Based on her work as an engaged scholar and drawing from critical ethnic studies approaches, Robyn Magalit Rodriguez explores the impact of anti-immigrant local ordinances on a range of immigrant groups living in varied suburban communities.
Maria Brunborg Hoen's paper uses individual-level administrative register data to estimate the impact of immigration on natives' earnings. Effects are identified exploiting differences between occupations in the requirements for majority language skills.
In this lecture, Professor Pérez compares rates of intergenerational occupational mobility in 1869-1895 Argentina to those in (1) 1850-1880 United States, (2) 1851-1881 United Kingdom and (3) 1865-1900 Norway.
Peri will present some important facts and the consensus among economists on the economic impact of immigrants and will specifically discuss the economic implications of some proposed immigration changes such as the repeal of DACA, the decrease of legal immigrants and the increased enforcement and deportation.
Mette Foged discusses a unitarian model of family migration in which families may discount wives' private gains is used to derive testable predictions regarding the type of couples that select into migrating.