Il Venerdì di Repubblica

Immigrati poco istruiti (proprio come gli italiani)“, by Massimiliano Di Giorgio, 13 March 2020, covers the 4th LdA-CCA Migration Observatory Report on Immigrant Integration in Europe.

La Repubblica

Per rimpatriare gli irregolari servirà un secolo“, by Alessia Candito, 16 June 2019, covers findings of our report on “Border Enforcement and Refugees in Europe” presnted at the XXI European Conference of Rodolfo De Benedetti Foundation.

Avvenire

La crisi, i flussi e l’accoglienza: C’è molta improvvisazione“, by Daniela Fassini, 15 June 2019, covers the presentation of our report on “Border Enforcement and Refugees in Europe” at the XXI European Conference of Rodolfo De Benedetti Foundation.

La Repubblica

La gestione delle migrazioni: respingimenti e rimpatri contro accoglienza. Quale modello?“, by Alessia Candito, 15 June 2019, covers the presentation of our report on “Border Enforcement and Refugees in Europe” at the XXI European Conference of Rodolfo De Benedetti Foundation.

TG1

The main Italian TV news, TG1 – RAI 1, on its 8pm edition on 1 February 2019 covers the presentation of the 3rd Migration Observatory Report and interviews me about the main findings.

Infodata-Il Sole 24 ore

Immigrazione: come stanno davvero di salute i migranti irregolari?“, by Cristina Da Rold, 19 January 2019, covers the 2018 Naga Report.

Avvenire

Se la sanità discrimina i migranti“, by Stefano Pasta, 14 December 2018, discusses the 2018 Naga Report.

Avvenire

Immigrati, chi è irregolare ha la salute più a rischio“, by Stefano Pasta, 14 December 2018, covers the 2018 Naga Report.

La Stampa

«Così curiamo gli immigrati irregolari», by Chiara Baldi, 13 December 2018, covers the 2018 Naga Report.

El Mundo

Cada vez sabemos más de inmigración”, by John Muller, 9 July 2018, refers to our RSUE paper on “What drives the legalization of immigrants? Evidence from IRCA

El Paìs

Los refugiados devuelven más de lo que reciben”, by Miguel Ángel Criado, 20 June 2018,  refers to our EJ paper on fiscal effects of immigration and to our EP paper on the economics and politics of refugee migration.

The economist

Britain creates a more hostile environment for immigrants”, May 14th 2018 by J.T. refers to our EJ paper on fiscal effects of immigration

Percorsi di Secondo Welfare

L’immigrazione come opportunità per l’Europa?”, by Francesca Prunotto, 10 marzo 2018, talks about Migration Observatory 2nd Annual Report

Affari Internazionali

Migranti: Italia/Ue, gap d’integrazione uguale gap d’istruzione”, 5 Mar 2018 – Emmanuela Banfo, talks about Migration Observatory 2nd Annual Report

The Economist

How “regularising” undocumented immigrants brings benefits”, 17 October 2017, mentions my work disussing link between residency status and economic outcomes.

La Stampa

Abolizione del reato di clandestinità e apertura a canali di immigrazione regolare”, by Camilla Colombo covers panel discussion at Triennale

Linkiesta

Gli immigrati hanno salvato la Regina e questa non è la più grande crisi dei rifugiati”, by Francesco Floris, cites our research on the impact of immigration on the UK labour market and public finances.

The Guardian

Our public services depend on EU migrants”, by Alan Travis, Tuesday 14 June 2016, cites results of research on the impact of migration on public services

The Financial Times

Free Lunch: Cameron’s diversionary deal”, by Martin Sandbu, February 22, 2016, cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

The Atlantic

Can the Welfare State Survive the Refugee Crisis?”, by Heather Horn, 19 February, 2016, cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

The Irish Times

World View: Cameron’s pleading on migrants opens pandora’s box”, by  Patrick Smyth, 2 February, 2016, cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

The Irish Times

Patrick Smyth: Migrants least welcome in European countries that need them the most”, by  Patrick Smyth, Oct 17, 2015, refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

The Economist

The snarling dud of May”, Print edition, Oct 10th 2015,  cites results and shows graphs of our paper on fiscal impact of immigration in the UK

Next Quotidiano

Perché Londra sbaglia a voler cacciare i migranti europei”, 31 August 2015 refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

Financial Times

Immigration clichés – Evidence before feelings”, by Ferdinando Giugliano, 28 May 2015  refers to research on wage and fiscal effects of immigration

BBC News

Interest rates would be higher without immigrants” , by Robert Peston, 14 May 2015, cites results of research on wage effects of immigration

City A.M.

“General Election 2015: Ukip’s immigration policy will create “a shrinking and ageing” population, claims leading economist”, by Catherine Neilan, 16 April 2015 cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

The New York Times

Effort to Curb Immigration in Britain Hits a Bump”, by Stephen Castle, March 4, 2015, cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

The Economist

Raise the drawbridge”, Print edition, Apr 11th, 2015, cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

Linkiesta

L’Inghilterra diventa più ricca con i nostri migranti”, di Silvia Favasuli, interviews me about research on fiscal effects of immigration

The Economist

Print edition, Nov 8th 2014  “The Germans strike back” cites results of our study on the fiscal effects of immigration

The Economist

Print edition, Nov 8th 2014 “What have the immigrants ever done for us?” cites results of research on fiscal effects of immigration

Il Sole 24 Ore

6 November 2014, “Gli immigrati fanno bene a Londra” by Nicol Degli Innocenti, interviews me about research on fiscal effects of immigration

Sky News

Paying their way?”, by Ed Conway comments on results of paper on the fiscal effects of immigration, Nov 5, 2014

The Guardian

It’s simply incorrect to say migrants represent a huge cost to Britain”, by Alan Travis, 5 November, 2014 refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

Financial Times

EU migrants pay £20bn more in tax than they receive”, by Helen Warrel, 5 November 2014, page 4. refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

The Independent

European Union migrants add £20bn to the British economy – in just a decade”, by Nigel Morris, 4 Novembre 2014, front page article, refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

The Guardian

UK gains £20bn from EU migrants”, by Alan Travis, 5 November 2014, front page article, refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

La Stampa

Gran Bretagna, la forza degli immigrati “Pagano più tasse, hanno meno benefit” , articolo di Claudio Gallo, 5 Novembre 2013 refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

BBC News

Recent immigrants to UK ‘make net contribution”, 5 November 2013, refers to our research on fiscal effects of immigration in UK

The Economist

A fresh headcount”, 2 November 2013,  print edition