Immigration Policy Center (IPC)
IPC provides a wide range of resources on immigration and the economy, including:
- The Economics of Immigration: A Resource Page
A one-stop reference for all IPC reports and factsheets on the economic impacts of immigration, legalization, immigration enforcement, and other topics.
- The Economic and Political Impact of Immigrants, Latinos and Asians State by State
A map-based directory of immigrant resources by state offers an easily navigable guide to IPC’s economics-related factsheets and reports, district-by-district profiles, and blog posts for all fifty states.
- Assessing the Economic Impact of Immigration at the State and Local Level
State- and local-level studies on the economic contributions of immigrants.
- Immigration Impact - Economics
News analysis and commentary on the economics of immigration from IPC's parent organization, American Immigration Council.
Migration Policy Institute - Employment & The Economy
Reports, factsheets, policy briefs, and other media relating to employment and the economy. Filters allow users to search by publication type, region, subtopic, and author. All resources are subcategorized into the following topics:
- Recession & Employment
- Fiscal Impacts
- Labor Market Impacts
- Sectoral Employment
- Temporary Workers
Fiscal Policy Institute - Immigration Research Initiative
An assessment of the role that immigrants play in both the New York state economy and the national economy. Resources include reports and data concerning immigrant entrepreneurship, employment, and economic growth, among other topics.
National Conference of State Legislatures - Immigration - Demographics | Economics
State-specific reports on the fiscal impact of immigrant residents and workers.
Posted July 24, 2013 • Revised January 13, 2015