Long time no see!
Just popping in to point toward a new immigration blog fresh on the ‘blogosphere’ (is that still a thing?). It’s infrequent, maybe a post a month it looks like, but it’s interesting because it’s a layman’s discussion of academic research on the subject that makes available some of the literature to a wider audience — that’s the idea, at least.
The two most recent blogs:
- An overview of a paper by Ottaviano and Peri that studies wage effects of immigration on a segmented labor market.
- A brief explanation of Michael Clemens’ literature review, “Economics and Emigration: Trillion-Dollar Bills on the Sidewalk?.”