November 30, 2009. This new report shows the robust immigrant contribution to GDP in the country’s 25 largest metropolitan areas. In the 25 metro areas combined, immigrants account for 20 percent of economic output and 20 percent of the population. The same basic relationship holds true, with slight variation, for each of the 25 areas, from metro Pittsburgh, where immigrants represent 3 percent of population and 4 percent of GDP, to metro Miami, where immigrants make up 37 percent of… (read more)
April 3, 2009. The most recent data available from the Census Bureau show that eight percent of Binghamton residents are foreign-born. Of immigrants living in Binghamton, 44 percent are white, 11 percent are black, 32 percent are Asian. In addition, 11 percent are Hispanic (can be of any race). Fact sheet prepared by FPI’s Immigration Research Initiative.
November 20, 2008. A column by FPI senior fellow David Dyssegaard Kallick, Newsday.
April 21, 2008. A column by FPI senior fellow David Dyssegaard Kallick, Newsday.
December 19, 2007. A column by FPI senior fellow David Dyssegaard Kallick, Metro New York.
November 26, 2007. What role do immigrants play in the New York State economy? How about in upstate New York? In the downstate suburbs? In New York City? What countries do immigrants come from? Where do they work? How well are they doing?
- Executive summary – Working for a Better Life
- Resumen ejecutivo -Trabajando Por Una Vida Mejor
- FULL REPORT- Working for a Better Life
- Supplemental information -A profile of immigrants in New York City, for selected countries
June 14, 2007. An op ed by David Dyssegaard Kallick in the Buffalo News.
June 14, 2007. “Another voice” – an op ed by David Dyssegaard Kallick, FPI’s senior fellow. Buffalo News.
December 9, 2005. A presentation for a forum sponsored by the NYC Education and Training Coalition: “NYC’s Labor Market: Where Are the Jobs?” Presentation >>