Harriet Duleep

College of William and Mary, USA, and IZA, Germany

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Author

Current position

Research Professor of Public Policy, Program in Public Policy, College of William and Mary, USA

Research interest

Migration, poverty/mortality, discrimination

Past positions

Principal Research Associate, Urban Institute, Population Studies Center, 1992–2007

Qualifications

PhD Economics, MIT, 1986

Selected publications

  • "Migration and the labor force." In: Ritzer, G. (ed.). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell, 2016.

  • “The adjustment of immigrants in the labor market.” In: Chiswick, B. R., and P. Miller (eds). Handbook of the Economics of International Migration. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2014; pp.105–182.

  • “US immigration policy at a crossroads: Should the US continue its family-friendly policy?” International Migration Review 48:3 (2014): 823–845 (with M. Regets).

  • “Research on immigrant earnings.” Social Security Bulletin 68:1 (2008): 31–50 (with D. Dowhan).

  • “Adding immigrants to microsimulation models.” Social Security Bulletin 68:1 (2008): 51–66 (with D. Dowhan).

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