Who’s afraid of immigration? The effect of economic preferences on tolerance. Just published in the Journal of Population Economics.

The paper finds that intergenerationally transmitted ancestral characteristics have a significant impact on attitudes toward immigration. 

Kovacic, M., Orso, C.E. Who’s afraid of immigration? The effect of economic preferences on tolerance. 
Journal of Population Economics (May 2023). Forthcoming issue 3/2023.
OPEN ACCESS. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00148-023-00947-z

JOPE has CiteScore 6.5 (2021, LINK) & Impact Factor 4.7 (2021, LINK)

Vol. 36, Issue 2, April 2023: Journal of Population Economics (JOPE) 16 articles.
Papers were presented at the online 
JOPE Spring Conference on April 27, 2023. Report and video links.

Just published online:

Savcic, R., Theodoropoulos, N. & Xefteris, D.: Conscription and educational outcomes. 
Journal of Population Economics (2023).
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00148-023-00944-2. Free to read: https://rdcu.be/dcBrk

Ciacci, R., Sansone, D. The impact of sodomy law repeals on crime. 
Journal of Population Economics (April 2023). OPEN ACCESS.

Perez-Alvarez, M., Favara, M.: Children having children: early motherhood and offspring human capital in India. 
Journal of Population Economics (March 2023). OPEN ACCESS.

Amuedo-Dorantes, C., Bucheli, J.R.: Implications of restrictive asylum policies: evidence from metering along the U.S.-Mexico Border.
Journal of Population Economics (March 2023). Free to read: https://rdcu.be/datCE


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