Illegal immigration and media exposure : evidence on individual attitudes

@inproceedings{Facchini2009IllegalIA,
  title={Illegal immigration and media exposure : evidence on individual attitudes},
  author={Giovanni Facchini and Anna Maria Mayda and Riccardo Puglisi},
  year={2009}
}
*Correspondence: amm223@georgetown.edu 3CEPR, London, UK 5CreAM, London, UK Full list of author information is available at the end of the article Abstract Illegal immigration has been the focus of much debate in receiving countries, but little is known about the drivers of individual attitudes towards illegal immigrants. To study this question, we use the CCES survey, which was carried out in 2006 in the USA. We find evidence that—in addition to standard labor market and welfare state… CONTINUE READING
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