ResultsFound: 70 on Immigration
2016 study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) that provides one of the most comprehensive analyses to date of the many fluid dimensions of population movement across societies.
A 2016 study from Princeton, published in The American Journal of Sociology, aims to show that U.S. border enforcement has not been effective in stemming the tide of illegal immigration.
Immigration to the United States from Latin America has long been a subject of heated debate, and it has become particularly contentious throughout the 2016 presidential campaign. Some candidates have employed strong rhetoric about building walls and deporting “illegals,” while others have decried how immigration policies break up families. For Latin Americans, the decision to migrate is often […]
2015 study published in Demography that analyzes immigration’s effect on the childcare prices and women’s childbearing decisions.
2014 selection of studies that explores the complex history, political convictions and changing nature of persons of Cuban origin living in the United States.
2015 research brief on the impact of childhood poverty on immigrants’ adult contributions to American society, by Daniel T. Lichter, Cornell University, and Scott R. Sanders, Brigham Young University.
2015 selection of studies that use fieldwork and qualitative and quantitative data to better understand the world’s refugee populations and look to public policy lessons that can be drawn.
2014 study from the University of Oxford that examines global migration patterns during the second half of the 20th century with a focus on trends related to the direction, intensity and distance of international migration.
2015 research brief highlighting the dynamic interaction between exclusionary legal policies and immigrants’ adaptive strategies, by Heather R. Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2015 research brief on the impact of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, by Jaein Josefina Lee, Carolina Valdivia Ordorica and Kristina Brant of Harvard University.