In a forthcoming symposium issue of the Case Western Law Review, Dean Kevin Johnson comments on the effects of the current U.S. immigration removal system, which targets noncitizens involved in criminal activity.
As part of his ongoing research on the intersections of mobility and creativity, Professor David Kyle has published an article in a special issue of the international quarterly journal, Social Research.
In a new paper in the journal Demography, Assistant Professor Erin Hamilton and Robin Savinar quantify the number of migrants from Mexico to the United States who are not counted in the common data sources on migration from Mexico to the United States.
In a new working paper of the National Bureau of Economics Research, released on July 7th 2015, Andreas Beerli (University of Zurich) and Giovanni Peri use the progressive opening of the Swiss labor market to citizens of the European Union, between 1999 and 2007, to analyze the impact on native employment and wages.
Assistant Professor Katherine Eriksson, Ran Abramitzky, and Leah Platt show that, the average immigrant did not face a substantial occupation-based earnings penalty upon first arrival and experienced occupational advancement at the same rate as natives.