"The Impact of Mass Migration
on the Israeli Labor Market," The Quarterly Journal of
Economics, CXVI(4), November 2001, pp.1373-1408.
"You Can't Take it With You?
Immigrant Assimilation and the Portability of Human Capital," Journal
of Labor Economics, 18(2), April
"Immigration and the Receiving
Economy," in The Handbook of International Migration: The
Kasinitz, and Josh DeWind,
editors. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1999, pp.343-359. (joint with Jennifer Hunt)
"The Impact of Immigrants on
Host Country Wages, Employment, and Growth," Journal of
Economic Perspectives, 9(2),
Spring 1995, pp.23-44.
(joint with Jennifer Hunt)
“The Economic Impact of
Knowledge Workers from India and China,” in Movement of Global Talent: The Impact of High Skill Labor Flows from India and
China, Udai Tambar, editor. Princeton: Princeton University,
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs,
2007, pp. p35-53.
Selected Working Papers
"Recent Trends in the
Earnings of New Immigrants to the United States" National Bureau of Economic Research Working
Paper 15406, October 2009. (joint with George Borjas)
Diversity of Immigration Across the United States" IZA Institute for the Study of Labor Discussion Paper 4555 and
Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration Discussion Paper 31/09, 2009. (joint with David Jaeger)
“The Effect of Foreign Guest Workers on the Labor Market Outcomes of Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip" Brown University Working Paper, 2004. (previously Hebrew University Falk Institute Discussion Paper 03.08, 2003).
(joint with Robert Sauer)
“Does University Students' Choice of Field of Study Respond to High-Skilled Immigration?"
Labor Market Assimilation of Immigrants in the United States
: The Role of Age at Arrival”
Ph.D. Dissertation, MIT.
Government and Media
the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary,
Subcommittee on Immigration. Hearing
on the U.S. Economy, U.S. Workers, and Immigration
Reform, May 3, 2007
of Congressional Testimony.
Click on the “video webcast” icon in the middle of the page.
Testimony begins at 1 hour 16 minutes into the video, with another
clip at 2 hours 13 minutes.
“Beachonomics: Calculating Paradise", The Washington Post, April 21, 2007.
Immigration Equation," The New York Times Magazine, July 9,