Diversity, Immigration, and Redistribution
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AbstractThis paper provides a simple conceptual framework that captures how different perceptions, attitudes, and biases about immigrants or minorities can shape preferences for redistribution and reviews the empirical evidence on the effects of increasing racial diversity and immigration on support for redistribution.
CitationAlesina, Alberto, and Stefanie Stantcheva. 2020. "Diversity, Immigration, and Redistribution." AEA Papers and Proceedings, 110: 329-34. DOI: 10.1257/pandp.20201088
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