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193Understanding return migration to Mexico: towards a comprehensive policy for the reintegration of returning migrantsMiryam Hazán:Washington Director and Research Coordinator, Mexicans and Americans Working Together (MATT)
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192At Water’s Edge: Foreign Policy, Domestic Politics, and Refugee Admissions in the 20th Century United StatesCarl J. Bon Tempo, Associate Professor, History Department, University at Albany, SUNY
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191In Their Own Words: A Nationwide Survey of Undocumented MillennialsTom K. Wong, Assistant Professor of Political Science, UCSD
Carolina Valdivia, PhD Student, Harvard
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190Re-imagining the Nation in a World of Migration: Legitimacy, Political Claims-making and Membership in Comparative PerspectiveIrene Bloemraad, Associate Professor of Sociology & Thomas Garden Barnes Chair of Canadian Studies, UC Berkeley
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189Dimensions of the New Diaspora: African Immigrant Communities & Organizations in New York, Washington, D.C., and AtlantaAmaha Kassa, Founder & Executive Director, African Communities Together (ACT)
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188Open doors (for almost all): visa policies and ethnic selectivity in EcuadorLuisa Feline Freier London School of Economics (LSE)
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187Contagious Disease, Epidemics, National Security, and U.S. Immigration: Historical Policy ResponsesRobbie Totten Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
Doctoral candidate, UCLA
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186Beyond Assimilation: The Second Generation in France (Powerpoint)Patrick Simon Director of Research Unit “International Migration and Minorities” INED France
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185From Sheriff’s Deputies to Immigration Officers: Screening Immigrant Status in a Tennessee JailAmada Armenta Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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184Managing Labour Migration in Europe: Ideas, Knowledge, and Policy ChangeAlex Balch Department of Politics, University of Sheffield
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183Immigrant Retirement Prospects; From Bad to Worse?Derek Hum and Wayne Simpson Department of Economics, University of Manitoba
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182Central American Migration to Mexico and the United States: the Influence of Gender on Destinations and DestiniesCarmen Fernández Casanueva Research Fellow, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (Mexico) Guest Scholar, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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181Estimates of the Cyclical Inflow of Undocumented Migrants to the United StatesScott Borger Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego
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180The Declining Use of the Mixtec Language Among Oaxacan Migrants and Stay-at-Homes: The Persistence of Memory, Discrimination, and Social Hierarchies of PowerElizabeth Perry University of California, San Diego
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179Living Islam in Non-Muslim Spaces: How Religiosity of Muslim Immigrant Women Affect Their Cultural and Civic Integration in Western Host SocietiesSaba Senses Ozyurt, University of California, Irvine
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178Anti-immigrant Sentiment and Welfare State Regimes in EuropeXavier Escandell, University of Northern Iowa Alin M. Ceobanu, University of Florida
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177Globalización, inmigración y género: Vivencias laborales y de género de mexicanos en EE.UU. y Marroquíes en EspañaKathryn Kopinak University of Western Ontario (Canada) Rosa M. Soriano Miras Universidad de Granada (Spain)
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176Trapped at the Bottom: Racialized and Gendered Labor Queues in New Immigrant DestinationsLaura López-Sanders, Stanford University
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175The Role of Ethnic Politics in U.S. Immigration and Refugee Policy: the Case of Soviet JewryFred A. Lazin, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
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174Stability in a New Destination: Mexican Immigrants in Clark County, OhioDavid Keyes, UC San Diego
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173Rescaling the “Alien,” Rescaling Personhood: Neoliberalism, Immigration, and the StateMonica W. Varsanyi, John Jay College, City Unviversity of New York
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172Diminished or Revitalized Tradition of Return? Transnational Migration in Bolivia’s Valle AltoRichard Jones, University of Texas, San Antonio and Leonardo de la Torre, Universidad Catolica, Cochabamba (Bolivia)
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171Integration and Differential Fertility in Latin American Women in Spain and the United StatesXiana Bueno García, Autonomous University of Barcelona and Daniel Vono de Vilhena, Autonomous University of Barcelona
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170Reforming the Management of Migration Flows from Latin America to the United StatesWayne Cornelius, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego
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169The Imagined Return: Hope and Imagination among International Migrants from Rural MexicoJavier Serrano, Visiting Scholar, UC San Diego
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168Assessing the Role of Pre-School Program Design in the Successful Integration of Immigrant Children in GreeceDaphne Halkias, Michael Fakinos, Nicholas Harkiolakis, Peggy Pelonis and Vicky Katsioloudes
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167Mexican Policy and Mexico – U.S. MigrationAgustín Escobar Latapí, CIESAS Occidente
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166The Importance of Brain Return in the Brain Drain- Brain Gain DebateKarin Mayr Giovanni Peri and Giovanni Peri
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165Immigration Policing Through the Backdoor: City Ordinances, The “Right to the City,” and the Exclusion of Undocumented Day LaborersMonica W. Varsanyi, School of Justice and Social Inquiry, Arizona State University
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164Institutionalized Networks: The Role of Transportation Workers in West African MobilityTim Mechlinski, UC Santa Barbara
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163The interrelationship between fertility, family maintenance, and Mexico-U.S. migrationDavid P. Lindstrom, Brown University and Silvia Giorguli-Saucedo, El Colegio de Mexico
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162Agenda Setting, Public Opinion, and the Issue of Immigration ReformJohanna Dunaway, Marisa A. Abrajano and Regina P. Branton
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161Globalization and its Impact on Migration in Agricultural Communities in MexicoJosé Martínez, UC San Diego
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160Integrating Immigrants: Morality and Loyalty in U. S. Naturalization PracticeSusan Gordon, Ben Gurion University
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159Differences in Productivity or Discrimination? Latin American and Caribbean Immigrants in the US Labor MarketMaritza Caicedo Riazcos
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158Institutionalizing Precarious Immigration Status in CanadaLuin Goldring Carolina Berinstein Judith Bernhard
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157National Security and Immigration in the United States after 9/11Chris Rudolph
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156Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Mexican Immigration: The Mexican-American PerspectiveTomas R. Jiménez
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155Characteristics and Business Profiles of Immigrant-Owned Small Firms: The Case of Albanian Immigrant Entrepreneurs in GreeceDaphne Halkias
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154The Effect of Political Unrest on Migration Decisions: New Evidence and Preliminary Findings from Oaxaca, MexicoJeffrey H. Cohen
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153Mexican Immigrant Integration in the U.S. Southeast: Institutional Approaches to Immigrant Integration in Owensboro, KentuckyMeredith Glenn Cabell
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152Don’t Hassle Me, I’m Local: The Integration of Latin American Settlers in the Delmarva PeninsulaAlison Smith Gaffney
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151Internalizing Immigration Policy within the Nation-State:The Local Initiative of Aguaviva, SpainAngela S. García
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150The Transit State: A Comparative Analysis of Mexican and Moroccan Immigration PoliciesAnn Kimball
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149English Proficiency and Social Assimilation Among Immigrants: An Instrumental-Variables ApproachHoyt Bleakley
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148The Mexican Government and Organised Mexican Immigrants in the United States: A Historical Analysis of Political Transnationalism, 1848-2005Gustavo Cano and Alexandra Delano
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147From Newcomers to Americans: An Integration Policy for a Nation of ImmigrantsTomás R. Jiménez
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146State, Citizenship, and Diaspora: The Cases of Jordan and LebanonLaurie A. Brand
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145From national inclusion to economic exclusion: ethnit Hungarian labour migration to HungaryJon E. Fox
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144The Transformation of Ethnic Neighborhoods into Places of Leisure and ConsumptionJan Rath
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143Illegal Migration from Mexico to the United StatesGordon H. Hanson
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142Regularization Programs for Undocumented MigrantsSebastian Sunderhaus
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141Language Politics and Policies in the United States: Implications for the Imigrant DebateApril Linton University of California, San Diego
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140Rising Tensions Between National and Local Immigration and Citizenship Policy: Matrículas Consulares, Local Membership and Documenting the UndocumentedMonica W. Varsanyi School of Justice and Social Inquiry Arizona State University
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139Fortress Russia – An overview of the 2005 Russian Federation Survey on Immigration Attitudes and Ethnic RelationsProfessor Mikhail A. Alexseev San Diego State University
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136Death and the Moral State: Making Borders and Sovereignty at the Southern Edges of EuropeMaurizio Albahari Department of Anthropology University of California at Irvine
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135Ethnosizing ImmigrantsAmelie Constant IZA, Bonn, and Georgetown University Liliya Gataullina IZA and University of Bonn Klaus F. Zimmermann Bonn University, IZA, Bonn, and DIW-Berlin
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134Burden-Sharing: The International Politics of Refugee ProtectionEiko R. Thielemann London School of Economics
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133Voces de mujeres desde la inmigración: Una comparativa entre el asentamiento de marroquíes en España y mexicanas en EE.UU.Rosa M. Soriano Miras Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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132US Immigration Reform: Can the System Be Repaired?Marc Rosenblum Migration Policy Institute
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131The Effect of Illegal Immigration and Border Enforcement on Crime Rates along the U.S. – Mexico BorderPia M. Orrenius and Roberto Coronado Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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130Immigrant Replenishment and the Continuing Significance of Ethnicity and Race: The Case of the Mexican-origin PopulationTomas R. Jimenez UC San Diego
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129Why Does Immigration Divide America?: Public Finance and Political Opposition to Open BordersGordon Hanson UC San Diego and National Bureau of Economic Research
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128Immigrants and Health Agency: Public Safety, Health, and Latino Immigrants in North CarolinaRobert Donnelly
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127Demographics Slump vs. Immigration Policy: The Case of the Czech RepublicMilos Calda Institute of International Studies, Charles University, Czech Republic
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126Knocking at the Doors of “Fortress Europe”: Migration and Border Control in Southern Spain and Eastern PolandStefan Alscher Humboldt University
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125On Learning English: The Importance of School Context, Immigrant Communities, and the Racial Symbolism of the English Language in Understanding the Challenge for Immigrant AdolescentsCarmina Brittain Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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124Mexican Migration to the United States: A Long Twentieth Century of CoyotajeDavid Spener Trinity University
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123State and Emigration: A Century of Emigration Policy in MexicoDavid FitzGerald UC San Diego
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122Borderlands and the Claims of JusticeYvonne Aimé Gastélum Harvard University
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121Uniting Two Cultures: Latino Immigrants in the Wisconsin Dairy IndustryBrent Eric Valentine
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120The Relationship Between Employment in Maquiladora Industries in Mexico and Labor Migration to the United StatesKathryn Kopinak King’s University College, University of Western Ontario
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119De Paisano a Paisano: Mexican Immigrant Students and their Transnational Perceptions of U.S. SchoolsCarmina Brittain Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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118Strategies for Survival: Migration and Fair Trade-Organic Coffee Production in Oaxaca, MexicoJessa Lewis UC San Diego
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117Determinants of Naturalization: The Role of Dual Citizenship LawsFrancesca Mazzolari UC San Diego
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116“Domestic Slavery” versus “Workers Rights”: Political Mobilizations of Migrant Domestic Workers in the European UnionHelen Schwenken,University of Kassel, Germany
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115Faithfully Providing Refuge: The Role of Religious Organizations in Refugee Assistance and AdvocacyStephanie J. Nawyn UC San Diego
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114Domestic Insecurities: Female Migration from the Philippines, Development and National Subject-StatusRobyn M. Rodriguez UC Berkeley
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113Mexican Immigrant Political and Economic IncorporationFrank D. Bean, Susan K. Brown, and Ruben Rumbaut UC-Irvine
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112Does Policy Matter? On Governments’ Attempts to Control Unwanted MigrationEiko Thielemann London School of Economics
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111Language Assimilation Today: Bilingualism Persists More Than in the Past, But English Still DominatesRichard Alba, Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research, University at Albany
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110Development of National Migration Regimes: Japan in Comparative PerspectiveKatherine Tegtmeyer Pak St. Olaf College
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109Cambios en la Inmigración a Resultas de la Política Restrictiva del Gobierno EspañolAntonio Izquierdo Visiting Research Fellow, CCIS Professor of Sociology, University of A Coruña, Spain
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108Immigrants and Their SchoolingJames P. Smith, RAND
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107Media Images, Immigrant Reality: Ethnic Prejudice and Tradition in Japanese Media Representations of Japanese-Brazilian Return MigrantsTakeyuki Tsuda University of California, San Diego
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106Learning in Two Languages: Spanish-English Immersion in U.S. Public SchoolsApril Linton Princeton University UC San Diego
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105Immigration and PoliticsWayne A. Cornelius UC San Diego Marc R. Rosenblum University of New Orleans
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104What Holds Back the Second Generation? The Intergenerational Transmission of Language Human Capital Among ImmigrantsHoyt Bleakley UC San Diego Aimee Chin University of Houston
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103Organizing Immigrant Communities in American Cities: Is this Transnationalism, or What?Gustavo Cano UC San Diego Guest Scholar, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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102Remittance Outcomes in Rural Oaxaca, Mexico: Challenges, Options, and Opportunities for Migrant HouseholdsJeffrey H. Cohen and Leila Rodriguez, Pennsylvania State University
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101From National Inclusion to European Exclusion: State, Nation and Europe in Ethnic Hungarian Migration to HungaryJon E. Fox, Visiting Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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100Gender(ed) Migrations: Shifting Gender Subjectivities in a Transnational Mexican CommunityDeborah A. Boehm, Guest Scholar, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies and Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies
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99Tendencias recientes de las remesas de los migrantes mexicanos en Estados UnidosFernando Lozano Ascencio, Visiting Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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98Making the Queue: Latino Day Laborers in New York’s Street Corner Labor MarketsCarolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, Joint Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies and Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies
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97On Deconstructing Immigrant Generations:Cohorts and the Cuban émigré experienceSusan Eckstein, Boston University
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96The Impact of Political Engagement on Social and Political Tolerance toward Immigrants in Southern EuropeXavier Escandell, Visiting Fellow, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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95Foundations of U.S. Immigration Control Policy: A study of information transmission to Mexican migrants and the role of information as a deterrent at the borderAdam Sherry, UC San Diego
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94Chinese Globalization and Migration to EuropeFrank Pieke, University of Oxford
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