In this poll (administered by YouGov), we continue to unpack how Americans view today’s major tech platforms, free speech, and more.
How much does an immigration visa cost? In this policy paper, Korok Ray answers and estimates how many immigrants the U.S. can take in.
In this paper, economists Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes and Agnese Romiti examine how Brexit affected international student applications to study in the UK.
As our comments demonstrate, most dark patterns are merely modern renditions of practices already covered by long-standing laws against deception, fraud, and unfairness.
In this paper, economist Omid Bagheri examines if immigrants are a cheaper workforce than natives.
In this working paper, CGO researchers Prithvijit Mukherjee and Lucas Rentschler use a laboratory experiment to study misinformation on social media platforms.
This piece summarizes research on the costs and benefits of 287(g) programs and The Secure Communities Program.
CGO scholars provided comments to the Oversight Board on a recent case involving a post taken down by Facebook.
The study shows that adopting welcoming policies towards immigrants increases VAWA self-petitions. Learn more about the research here.
This research paper examines how US employers use the H-1B visa program to find workers. Learn more about H1-B visas in the US.
What would happen if policymakers decided to provide a path to citizenship for all 11 million immigrants? What about deport all 11 million?
This working paper from Washington University's Yuki Otsu finds no evidence that sanctuary policies cause an increase in crime overall.
This essay discusses the positive-sum benefits of immigration and decentralized solutions to immigrant needs during COVID-19.
Examples that highlight the key role immigrants play in western countries and provide several important lessons for policy.
This paper examines the process by which user interactions give shape to social order in VRChat. Learn more about the research here.
The United States will become stronger than ever, and far stronger than China, by embracing its heritage of exceptional openness.
To retain the gains from international trade, immigration, and global capital flows, we need to modernize economic policy to suit the current era.
Using data over 18 years, the study examines crime rates in Arizona before and after the passage of SB 1070. Learn more about the research here.
The United States should be a beacon of opportunity that welcomes talented, hard-working people, not one that closes its doors to foreigners.
Reform should expand immigration, not contract it. Immigration is advantageous to America's economic growth and to our role in a global recovery.
Economic integration and openness to foreign talent are a stronger path for long-term success as a country. See William Kerr's symposium contribution here.
One of the dangers of a crisis is that measures are initially put in place as temporary yet remain thereafter. It’s happened before.
The importance of immigrant entrepreneurs as firm founders and job creators has grown significantly over the last few decades.
Despite their distinct contributions to the economy during the pandemic, many immigrants have been largely excluded from CARES protections.
COVID-19 risks are generating fear and uncertainty, which may trigger further aversion to immigration and even more restrictive policies.
As we consider reforms to our immigration system, we should not be pushing away the very people who are saving lives.
America has been unique in being both the best country in the world to start a business and being relatively open to aspiring entrepreneurs.
In this paper, researchers examine if 287(g) programs, partnerships between federal officials and local law enforcement, are reducing crime.
In this paper, immigration scholars discuss points-based and merit-based immigration reform proposals before detailing their limitations.
Research manager Josh Smith, and Innovation Fellow Katarina Hall comment on the unintended consequences of the suggested increase in wait time.