An interdisciplinary research and training program that focuses on comparative analyses of international migration and refugee movements, particularly on cross-national research. Its primary objective is to compare the immigration experience of the United States with that of other labour-importing countries in regions such as the Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Western Europe. Additionally, CCIS conducts field research in immigrant-receiving and sending countries and trains undergraduate and graduate students to gather primary data among immigrant and refugee populations.
- California Immigration Research Initiative Briefs
- CCIS Working Papers
- Book Chapters
- CCIS Books
- Conference Papers & Presentations
- Journal Articles
- An online calendar of past and upcoming events