The overarching theme of my research concerns the socio-economic well-being of immigrants, racial and ethnic minorities, and low-income populations. My dissertation examines the relationship between local immigrant populations and regional resilience and the recent immigrant integration programs in Rust Belt cities. I also study the adoption dynamics of the latest wave of local immigrant integration initiatives. Another stream of my research focuses on the changing geography of poverty and its implications for regional governance. My research also covers the economic well-being of specific demographic groups, particularly around their labor market and housing market outcomes.

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Research Activities

Refereed Journal Articles