Original Partnered Research

December 5, 2012

PNAE: Open for Business 2012 – How Immigrants are Driving Small Business Creation in the United States

Mayor Bloomberg and the Partnership for a New American Economy published the 2012 report “Open for Business: How Immigrants are Driving Small Business Creation in the […]
November 13, 2012

PNAE: The “New American” Fortune 500

A report by the Partnership for a New American Economy highlighting the benefits we receive from immigrant’s entrepreneurship by examining the Fortune 500, a list of […]
November 13, 2012

US Chamber of Commerce: The Economic Impact of H-2B Workers

The Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits division of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and ImmigrationWorks USA have prepared a study presenting the economic impact of the […]
November 13, 2012

US Chamber of Commerce: Immigration – Myths & Facts

The U.S. Chamber’s Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits Division has prepared a report refuting seven of the most common myths about immigrants working in America. Read […]
November 13, 2012

U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Immigration Policy Center: Immigrant Entrepreneurs – Creating Jobs and Strengthening the Economy

This report is a joint effort between the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Immigration Policy Center of the American Immigration council to explore job creation […]
November 13, 2012

PNAE: Immigration and America’s Competitiveness – The Challenge Ahead

In September of 2011, in cooperation with the Partnership for a New American Economy and the U.S. Chamber’s Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits Division, the National […]
November 13, 2012

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Regaining America’s Competitive Advantage – Making our Immigration System Work

This study was prepared for the Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits Division of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Council of International Personnel in […]
October 1, 2012

Purdue University: Latino Donors – Motivations, Preferences, and Interests

Hispanic is the term used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to describe persons in the United States who were born in a Spanish-speaking country (including Spain) or who can trace their ancestry to these countries. Latino refers to people of Latin America (Central and South America, and the Caribbean Islands) residing in the United States. Although there are differences in culture and some may prefer one term versus the other, here, we will use them interchangeable.
September 5, 2012

2012 Presidential Election Whitepaper: Immigration and Economic Growth

Whitepaper by Gordon H. Hanson focusing on immigration and economic growth in the face of the 2012 Presidential election. Read the full paper here – Immigration […]
August 5, 2012

New York Times: Networks Struggle to Appeal to Hispanics

The New York Times article ‘Networks Struggle to Appeal to Hispanics’ by Tanzina Vega and Bill Carter can be read here – Networks Struggle to Appeal […]