2014 selection of studies that explores the complex history, political convictions and changing nature of persons of Cuban origin living in the United States.
A 2014 study from Princeton University published in International Migration Review on the impact of a change in the proportion of undocumented immigrants on immigrant wages.
Overview of recent studies on U.S. immigration issues, including the demographic traits of unauthorized residents and the empirical truths about exclusionary attitudes.
Ten linking “best practices,” with an emphasis on stability and transparency. The goal is to reduce the chance that links will go bad, minimize the work going forward and maximize the utility for users.
2014 study in the Journal of Population Economics exploring the demographic differences between authorized and unauthorized immigrants in the United States.
2014 study from Princeton and the World Bank showing how rising inequality was linked with increased rates of violent crime in Mexico.
2014 study in Political Communication that uses survey experiments and voter analysis to show different political responses to Spanish among Democrats and Republicans.
2014 study from Utah State University published in Perspectives on Politics demonstrating how the wording of ballot question titles can influence voters’ choices.
2014 research brief on the growth of middle-class urban neighborhoods and their impact on inequality and poverty, by Jackelyn Hwang, Harvard University and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2014 study from Harvard and the London School of Economics that suggests that the conventional explanations for U.S. residents’ relatively poor health are not sufficient and social policy needs to be examined more thoroughly.