Media Engagement

“Politicians on all sides campaign on restricting immigration”
Good Authority. June 20, 2024.

“Why some countries are less welcoming to international students”
Good Authority. May 20, 2024.

“Do Programmatic Pro-Immigration Reforms Ever Hurt Democracy?”
Migration Policy Centre Blog. May 16, 2024.

“How to Make Immigration Popular Through Demonstrably Beneficial Policies”
This Week in Immigration Podcast, Bipartisan Policy Center. May 7, 2024.

“Good to Know: Public backlash”
Good Authority. May 6, 2024.

“How immigration could shape the elections of 2024.”
London School of Economics Blog. February 19, 2024.

“The two sides of immigration backlash.”
The Science of Politics Podcast, Niskanen Center. January 3, 2024.

“60 years of campaign speeches reveal why we’ll hear more divisive rhetoric in 2024.”
3Streams. July 9, 2023.

“Persuading People on Immigration is Hard but Here’s What Can be Done.”
Migration Policy Centre Blog. June 13, 2023.

“Why pro-immigration advocates face a systematic disadvantage.”
3Streams. October 25, 2022.

“Immigration opponents are far more passionate than supporters.”
The Washington Post. July 14, 2022.

“Ethnic diversity as an outcome: the coevolution of state capacity and racial demography in Brazil.”
Broadstreet Blog. March 25, 2022.

“Why immigration policy needs more enlightened nationalism”.
The Center for Growth and Opportunity. January 10, 2022.

“Puerto Ricans voted to become the 51st U.S. state — again”
The Washington Post. November 13, 2020.

” ‘Bloom where you’re planted’ or why people dislike (e)migration.”
International Society of Political Psychology Blog. June 22, 2020.

“The Parochial Altruist: Why Voters Are Sceptical About Immigration.”
London School of Economics Blog. December 18, 2018.

“Does it Matter that People Overestimate the Number of Muslims in America?”
Political Violence at a Glance. December 22, 2016.