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Anna Maria Mayda
Anna Maria Mayda
Professor of Economics, Georgetown University
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Who is against immigration? A cross-country investigation of individual attitudes toward immigrants
AM Mayda
The review of Economics and Statistics 88 (3), 510-530, 2006
20462006
International migration: A panel data analysis of the determinants of bilateral flows
AM Mayda
Journal of population economics 23, 1249-1274, 2010
13312010
Why are some people (and countries) more protectionist than others?
AM Mayda, D Rodrik
European Economic Review 49 (6), 1393-1430, 2005
13122005
Does the welfare state affect individual attitudes toward immigrants? Evidence across countries
G Facchini, AM Mayda
The review of economics and statistics 91 (2), 295-314, 2009
6382009
From individual attitudes towards migrants to migration policy outcomes: Theory and evidence
G Facchini, AM Mayda
Economic policy 23 (56), 652-713, 2008
3712008
Do interest groups affect US immigration policy?
G Facchini, AM Mayda, P Mishra
Journal of International Economics 85 (1), 114-128, 2011
2562011
The political impact of immigration: Evidence from the United States
AM Mayda, G Peri, W Steingress
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 14 (1), 358-389, 2022
2402022
International migration: A panel data analysis of economic and non-economic determinants
AM Mayda
Available at SSRN 725441, 2005
2132005
Individual attitudes towards skilled migration: An empirical analysis across countries
G Facchini, AM Mayda
The World Economy 35 (2), 183-196, 2012
1632012
Do terms-of-trade effects matter for trade agreements? Theory and evidence from WTO countries
RD Ludema, AM Mayda
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (4), 1837-1893, 2013
1602013
Individual attitudes towards immigrants: Welfare-state determinants across countries
AM Mayda, G Facchini
IZA Discussion Paper, 2006
1412006
China's “Great Migration”: The impact of the reduction in trade policy uncertainty
G Facchini, MY Liu, AM Mayda, M Zhou
Journal of International Economics 120, 126-144, 2019
1252019
Why are people more pro-trade than pro-migration?
AM Mayda
Economics Letters 101 (3), 160-163, 2008
1222008
Do South‐South trade agreements increase trade? Commodity‐level evidence from COMESA
AM Mayda, C Steinberg
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 42 (4), 1361-1389, 2009
1132009
The effect of the H-1B quota on the employment and selection of foreign-born labor
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
European Economic Review 108, 105-128, 2018
982018
Do countries free ride on MFN?
RD Ludema, AM Mayda
Journal of international Economics 77 (2), 137-150, 2009
982009
What Drives Individual Attitudes towards Immigration in S outh A frica?
G Facchini, AM Mayda, M Mendola
Review of International Economics 21 (2), 326-341, 2013
832013
Immigration to the US: A Problem for the Republicans or the Democrats?
AM Mayda, G Peri, W Steingress
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
822016
Risk, government and globalization: International survey evidence
AM Mayda, KH O'Rourke, R Sinnott
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
792007
The impact of skilled foreign workers on firms: an investigation of publicly traded US firms
A Ghosh, AM Mayda, F Ortega
Iza discussion paper, 2014
732014
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