Deportation Relief Funding

Faculty fellows of the Deportation Relief project have received over $125,027 funding and fellowship awards since the start of their project’s term.

2017

J. Matsudaira. “The Effects of Employment Incentives and Case Transfer on Parent and Child Outcomes: Evidence from the Long Run Effects of Welfare Reform Experiments.” Cornell University, Center for the Study of Inequality, $60,777. 2017

J. Matsudaira. “The Effects of Employment Incentives and Case Transfer on Parent and Child Outcomes: Evidence from the Long Run Effects of Welfare Reform Experiments.” Cornell University, Cornell Population Center, $15,000. 2017.

M. Hall. “Left Behind: Deportation, Child Welfare and Foster Care Placement,” Principal Investigator (with Frank Edwards). Cornell University, Cornell Project 2Gen Pilot Studies Program. 2017.

S. Gleeson. “Transnational Approaches to Immigrant Labor Rights Advocacy.” Cornell University, Einaudi Center, $9,980. 2017.

2016

S. Gleeson. “Enforcing Rights Across Borders: The Case of Mexican Migrants.” Law and Society Association and National Science Foundation, International Research Collaborative for International Meeting on Law and Society in Mexico City, $4,420. 2016.

S. Gleeson. “Enforcing Rights across Borders: The Case of Mexican Migrants.” Cornell University, ILR School, Pierce Memorial Fund, $19,850. 2016.

S. Gleeson, K. Griffith, M. Hall. “Immigration Status, Occupational Risk, and Health and Safety Standards Enforcement.” Cornell University, Cornell Population Center, Grant Development Award, $15,000. 2016.