Growing Momentum in the Push for Null Results Reporting

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Researchers in the social sciences are increasingly confronting the “file drawer problem.” When studies fail to prove a theory, validate a particular...

Using Innovative Finance to Increase Refugee Resettlement

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Innovative financing models could attract private investment to refugee resettlement programs, enabling countries to admit more refugees and set them up for success.    ...

How Do Refugees Decide Whether to Return Home?

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In a survey of 3,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon, most say they want to return home but think it’s too soon—even if...

The Census Citizenship Question: An Avoidable Controversy

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The push to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census provoked a nationwide outcry and a year of court battles. All...

How Legal Status Helps Immigrants Integrate

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Immigrants do much of the work of assimilation on their own, but they can only go so far without legal status.  ...

An Overlooked Effect of Immigration Policy: Children’s Health

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IPL co-director Jens Hainmueller and fellow researcher Maria Rodriguez explain the link between immigration policy and public health in a new editorial....

Restoring U.S. Leadership in Refugee Resettlement

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Rather than close its doors and retreat from global leadership in the refugee crisis, the United States should embrace reforms that help...

Fact Check: Does Immigration Harm American Workers?

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The White House wants to defend blue-collar jobs by cutting legal immigration, but there’s little evidence to support its proposals.    ...

Unfairness in EU Asylum System: NYT Asks, IPL Answers

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With Italy overwhelmed by surging migrant arrivals, EU member countries must overcome their “deadly paralysis” and work together, says the New York Times....