Mr. Mansour will present on his analysis of the first quasi-experimental evidence on the labor market effects of immigration enforcement. He and his team examined the labor market effects of Secure Communities (SC), an immigration enforcement policy which led to over 450,000 deportations. Using a difference-in-difference model that takes advantage of the staggered roll-out of SC, his team found that the policy significantly decreased the employment of likely undocumented immigrants in low-skilled occupations. Importantly, SC also decreased the employment of citizens in middle-skilled occupations. Come join your DABE colleagues to learn more about this important and topical study.
Hani Mansour is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Colorado Denver. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2009. Professor Mansour's research lies at the intersection of labor economics, development economics, and the economics of gender. Currently, he is studying the labor market impacts of U.S immigration enforcement policies, the career trajectories of female politicians in both India and the U.S., and the long-term labor market effects of exposure to female STEM professors. His articles have been published in leading economics journals, such as the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Labor Economics, Economic Journal, and the Journal of Human Resources. Professor Mansour is an IZA Research Fellow and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Economics.
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