Thursday, April 15, 2021

Revisiting Immigration in the United States: reflection on the NAS Report

Policies addressing immigration in the United States remain at the forefront of legislators’ minds as the 117th Congress begins. Topics such as immigrant integration and the economic and fiscal consequences of immigration are among many that are relevant to the ongoing conversation about immigration. The webinar will reflect on two seminal reports on immigration from the National Academies – The Integration of Immigrants into American Society and The Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration. The webinar will feature immigration and policy experts who will address how research can inform the debates on immigration policy. This webinar is cosponsored with the Hauser Policy Impact Fund and the Russell Sage Foundation, which provided partial support for the National Academies' report on immigrant integration. 

Speakers include: 
Maria Echaveste, The Opportunity Institute
Michael Jones-Correa, University of Pennsylvania
Doug Massey, Princeton University
Ali Noorani, The National Immigration Forum 
Rebecca Shi, American Business Immigration Coalition
Mary Waters, Harvard University
Madeline Zavodny, University of North Florida
 
This webinar series features issues at the forefront of current policy discussions and have diversity, equity, and inclusion as a central focus. Each webinar discusses policy implications from topical DBASSE reports. Please check the Hauser Policy Impact Fund website for details on upcoming webinars and future activities.


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