017 The Comparative Political Economy of Immigration

Tuesday, June 25, 2013: 9:00 AM-10:45 AM
C2.17 (Oudemanhuispoort)
The papers in this proposed session investigate the comparative political economy of immigration, with a shared interest in the diversity of labor market outcomes for immigrant communities, and in how these outcomes structure citizen preferences about immigration policy.
Richard Johnston
Richard Johnston
The political economy of trade and migration: Evidence from the U.S. Congress‡
Paola Conconi, ECARES, Universite' Libre de Bruxelles; Giovanni Facchini, University of Nottingham; Max Steinhardt, Hamburg Institute of International Economics; Maurizio Zanardi, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Opposing low-skilled immigrants: Labor market competition, welfare state and deservingness
Marc Helbling, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB); Hanspeter Kriesi, European University Institute
Individual differences and preferences for immigration
Peter Loewen, University of Toronto -- Mississauga; Chris Dawes, New York University; Raymond Duch, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
How Entry Criteria Structure Labor Market Outcomes for Immigrant Communities
Karen Long Jusko, Stanford University; Maggie Peters, University of Wisconsin -- Madison; Ashley Laragon, Stanford University
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