Migration

Cultural assimilation is a crucial part of reducing anti-immigrant sentiment in native populations

Evidence to explain the root of anti-immigrant sentiment is mixed. Image: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

Marco Tabellini

Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Business School

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Image: adapted from Tabellini (2019).
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