Aaron Chalfin's (PhD '13) paper, "The Effect of Mexican Immigration on the Wages and Employment of US Natives: Evidence from the Timing of Mexican Fertility Shocks" received the 2013… More
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From the Russell Sage Foundation: Between 1975 and 2007, the American incarceration rate increased nearly fivefold, a historic increase that puts the United States in a league of its own among… More
My Interest In racial profiling was sparked in 1999 when I read an article by a prominent legal scholar arguing that, while the policy was flawed on Constitutional grounds, it… More