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Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer March, 2017 With Pratikshya Bohra-Mishra, Ruohong Cai, Shuaizhang Feng, Rachel Licker; Popul Environ (2017) 38:286–308DOI 10.1007/s11111-016-0263-x Climate Change Environment Migration Environment and Energy Climate Change ...
Douglas Massey
2016
ABSTRACT:  In this article the authors undertake a systematic analysis of why border enforcement backfired as a strategy of immigration control in the United States. They argue theoretically that border enforcement emerged as a policy response to a moral ...
Noreen Goldman
2015
We use data from three rounds of the Mexican Family Life Survey to examine whether migrants in the United States returning to Mexico in the period 2005–2012 have worse health than those remaining in the United States. Despite extensive interest by ...
David Wilcove
2015
David Wilcove July, 2015 Green, J.M.H., S. Sripanomyom, X. Giam, and D.S. Wilcove. 2015. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12508 Environment Migration Environment and Energy aquaculture artificial wetlands East Asian – Australasian Flyway ...
Noreen Goldman
2014
ABSTRACT:  Although many studies have attempted to examine the consequences of Mexico-U.S. migration for Mexican immigrants’ health, few have had adequate data to generate the appropriate comparisons. In this article, we use data from two waves of the ...
Rafaela Dancygier
2013
As ethnic diversity rises across Europe, the Left faces a trade-off between incorporating new minorities while retaining support from settled, working-class voters. Focusing on the Labour Party’s selection of Muslims and employing a dataset containing ...
Marta Tienda
2013
We use the Immigrants Admitted to the United States (microdata) supplemented with special tabulations from the Department of Homeland Security to examine how family reunification impacts the age composition of new immigrant cohorts since 1980. We develop ...
Marta Tienda
2012
Educational attainment is a key indicator of assimilation that determines the likelihood of successful economic and social integration in adulthood (Portes and Rumbaut, 2006). Our substantive goal is to describe the living arrangements of migrant youth ...
Alicia Adsera
2012
This paper examines the fertility of women who migrated as children to one of three OECD countries—Canada, the United Kingdom, and France—and how it differs from that of native-born women, by age at migration. By looking at child migrants whose fertility ...
Alicia Adsera
Marta Tienda
2012
International migration has been increasing since 1970, with the largest flows originating in developing nations and streaming into industrialized nations (Zlotnik 2006). The United Nations estimated the 2010 global foreignstock population at 214 million, ...
Douglas Massey
2012
Over the past four decades, the Latino population of the United States was transformed from a small, ethnically segmented population of Mexicans in the southwest, Puerto Ricans in New York, and Cubans in Miami into a large national population dominated by ...
Douglas Massey
2012
The geography Mexican migration to the U.S. has experienced deep transformations in both its origin composition and the destinations chosen by migrants. To date, however, we know little about how shifting migrant origins and destinations may be linked to ...
Alicia Adsera
2012
Alicia Adsera February, 2012 With Mariola Pytlikova; CREAM Discussion paper CDP No 06/12; IZA working paper #6333 Demography Migration Economics and Finance http://www.cream-migration.org/publ_uploads/CDP_06_12.pdf ...
Alexandre Mas
2011
A great deal of urban policy depends on the possibility of creating stable, economically and racially mixed neighborhoods. Many social interaction models – including the seminal Schelling (1971) model – have the feature that the only stable equilibria are ...
Grigore Pop-Eleches
2010
Taylor & Francis Online Using cross-national governance indicators and evidence from a recent Bulgarian survey, this essay examines political reforms in Bulgaria and Romania since EU accession and, in particular, the ‘backsliding’ hypothesis—that ...
Harold James
2009
Harold James examines the vulnerability and fragility of processes of globalization, both historically and in the present. This book applies lessons from past breakdowns of globalization—above all in the Great Depression—to show how financial crises ...