New York State and its major regions

FPI’s Immigration Research Initiative examines the role of immigrants in the New York State economy and beyond. The initiative is guided by an expert advisory panel and is directed by David Dyssegaard Kallick, FPI Senior Fellow.

Learning from the ’90s: How Poor Public Choices Contributed to Income Erosion in New York City

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.… (read more)

Immigrant Workers Displaced by the September 11th World Trade Center Attacks

June 5, 2002. FPI prepared this brief for the New York Immigration Coalition.… (read more)

Immigration News Coverage Archive 2007-2010

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Immigration News Coverage Archive 2011

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