Law-Engaged Graduate Student Seminar with Josh Wassink - The New System of Mexican Migration: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
Department:Program in Law and Public Affairs
Audience:Restricted to Princeton graduate students, faculty, and fellows
Graduate students, fellows, and faculty only, please.
Each seminar features law-related papers or practice job talks presented by graduate students from many disciplines.
From the presenter: This paper examines the dramatic shift in Mexico-U.S. migration from unauthorized entry to legal temporary migration. What had been a stable system of circular undocumented migration from Mexico has been replaced by a new and growing system based on the circulation of temporary documented laborers, who surpassed 500,000 entries in 2018. I draw on prior theoretical and empirical research to develop a conceptual model that describes the new system, and confirm its tenets by using data from the Mexican Migration Project.
Website and to RSVP for lunch: https://lapa.princeton.edu/content/new-system-mexican-migration-theoretical-and-empirical-analysis
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