How US migration policies shaped Mexican migration to the U.S.A.
Season 2 begins with a conversation about migration across the U.S.-Mexican border since the early 20th century, and the role of policy.
Their conversation is based on D. Massey's recent article "Immigration policy mismatches and counterproductive outcomes: unauthorized migration to the U.S. in two eras" (2020) published in the journal Comparative Migration Studies (Open Access).
Douglas Massey is Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, with a joint appointment in The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, at Princeton University.
Learn more about Douglas here.
Asya Pisarevskaya is part of The Migration Podcast Team and Assistant Professor at the Erasmus University Department of Public Administration and Sociology, in Rotterdam.
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