In an article entitled, "Germany is Housing Refugees in Communist Ghost Towns," Jesse Cobourn of the Foreign Policy interviewed Professor Giovanni Peri regarding the effects refugees may have on Germany's long-term demographic decline.
In an article published by UC Davis, several UC Davis faculty and researchers were asked to predict key trends in their particular fields of research and expertise. Professor Giovanni Peri and Dean Kevin Johnson were asked to give predictions with regards to immigration.
The grant is to fund their project examining Latino beliefs about discrimination and stereotypes. The project will also focus on how these beliefs are moderated by Latin group attributes, such as immigration status, generational status, language use, and variation in phenotypes.
This research paper, entitled, "Imagining Mobility: The Prospective Cognition Question in Migration Research,” focus on how impirical researchers can benefit from studying how cognitive migration influences migration behavior.