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IMMIGRATION POLICY PROGRAM
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IMMIGRANTS IN ARIZONA: Fiscal and Economic Impacts

A PROJECT FUNDED BY THE THOMAS R. BROWN FOUNDATIONS

Report NEW October 2007
(October 2007, PDF 4000KB)

Presentation
(November 2006, PDF 670 KB)

Data Tables
(Microsoft Excel Files)

Population by County and Metropolitan Area
(MS Excel 125 kb)
Employment by Industry and Occupation

(MS Excel 385 kb)

Educational Attainment
(MS Excel 72 kb)
Entrepreneurship
(MS Excel 81 kb)
Foreign Born Regions of Origin
(MS Excel 91 kb)
Marital Status
(MS Excel 94 kb)
Per Capita Income
(MS Excel 65 kb)
Real Arizona GDP (1997-2004)

(MS Excel 75 kb)




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A PRIMER ON U.S. IMMIGRATION IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

Report
(November 2006, PDF 2600 KB)

Appendixes
(November 2006, PDF 235 KB)


WORKING PAPERS AND ESSAYS

We Are Better Than a Fence
(January 2006, PDF 98 KB)

Then and Now: Today's Echos of the Progressive Era
(June 2005, PDF 123 KB)

Citizenship in the Context of Globalization
(June 2005, PDF 125 KB)

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Udall Center's Immigration Policy Program aims to illuminate the complexities of immigration in a global economy.

By working at the intersection of academic research and public policy, the program's primary goal is to promote reasoned dialogue on immigration that avoids simplistic formulations and examines immigration to the United States in the context of current law and global political and economic realities.

Because an enforceable immigration policy must balance complex social, political, economic, and national security interests, the program's secondary objective is to foster a deeper understanding of the tradeoffs involved in formulating immigration policy so that the key elements of an enforceable system are identified.

These objectives will be accomplished by providing credible, independent information on immigration and by bringing together stakeholders, expert researchers, and policymakers in a structured, interactive setting designed to illuminate issues, identify common ground, and explore solutions to the problems facing the immigration system.

Core support of the Udall Center's Immigration Policy Program is provided by
the Thomas R. Brown Foundations.

STAFF

Judith Gans, Program Manager
<judygans@u.arizona.edu>

Chung Choe, Graduate Research Associate
<cchoe@eller.arizona.edu>

Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
The University of Arizona
803 E. First St., Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 626-4393 - phone
(520) 626-3664 - fax

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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