Overview of recent studies on U.S. immigration issues, including the demographic traits of unauthorized residents and the empirical truths about exclusionary attitudes.
2014 study in the Journal of Population Economics exploring the demographic differences between authorized and unauthorized immigrants in the United States.
2014 study in Political Communication that uses survey experiments and voter analysis to show different political responses to Spanish among Democrats and Republicans.
2014 selection of videos of academic researchers discussing the long-term impacts of demographic changes, both globally and in the United States.
2014 study from Stanford and Georgetown demonstrating that attitudes toward immigration are seldom driven by economic factors and are more likely explained by cultural factors.
2014 review of research relevant to the current child migrant crisis in the United States, primarily stemming from Central America.
2013 study from Harvard, Wellesley and Johns Hopkins Universities on the varied effects of skilled immigration on employment and native workers.
2014 study from Harvard that shows how contact with others of different backgrounds can affect majority community attitudes.
2013 study by Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on migration patterns as a result of immigration enforcement programs at the local level.
2013 study by Claremont Graduate University and University of California-Riverside on the role of language in framing immigration policy.