March 25, 2004. Prepared by the Fiscal Policy Institute for the New York Immigration Coalition. Includes detailed tables on the immigrant workforce in New York City. Read the report.
November 25, 2002. FPI Senior Economist Moshe Adler refutes the assertion that the increase in poverty and the decrease in median family income in New York City during the 1990s were due to immigration. Regional Labor Review, Fall 2002. Study >>
September 1, 2002. This report uses the latest economic and census data to examine the role of immigration, government policies and other factors in explaining why the economic expansion of the 1990s did not raise the income of average workers in New York City. Full report, executive summary, press release.
June 5, 2002. FPI prepared this brief for the New York Immigration Coalition.
- December 15, 2010. Guatemalans find a home, opportunity in area’s communities. By Tim Henderson, Journal News.
- November 19, 2010. The Economic Impact of Long Island’s Immigrant Workers. By Aaron Rutkoff, Metropolis Blog (Wall Street Journal).
- November 19, 2010. New York Study Refutes Immigrant Worker Perceptions. By Jon E. Dougherty, newsroomamerica.com.
- November 18, 2010. Study Contradicts Popular Beliefs About LI Immigrants. Reported by Mike Xirinachs, CBS 880.
- November 18, 2010.
- July 17, 2011. South Asian population continues growth in Lower Hudson Valley, and culture follows. By Hema Easley, Journal News.
- June 24, 2011. Immigrant Entrepreneurs Powerful Component of Brooklyn Economy. Brooklyn Eagle.
- June 22, 2011. Brooklyn tops boroughs in immigrant entrepreneurs. A Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce report said immigrants constitute 50% of all “incorporated employed individuals.” By Jermaine Taylor, Crain’s New York Business.
- May 20, 2011. Immigrant Businesses
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