Published/Forthcoming papers

It’s all about race: How state legislators respond to immigrant constituents.” (Gated version)
Micah Gell-Redman, Neil Visalvanich, Charles Crabtree, and Christopher J. Farris
Political Research Quarterly
Paper in pictures
Washington Post write up

Phenotypic prejudice in Mexican migrants: Evidence from a random household survey.”
Political Behavior
Rosario Aguilar ParienteD. Alex Hughes, and Micah Gell-Redman

Papers under review

“Continuing evidence of discrimination among local election officials.”
D. Alex Hughes, Micah Gell-Redman, Charles Crabtree, Diana Rodenberger, Natarajan Krishnaswami, and Guillermo Monge

"Access to health care and mental health among Latino students in San Diego."
Micah Gell-Redman, Lu Shi, Donglan Zhang, and Ana Barbara Mungaray

"What you see is what you get? Using Machine Learning to Uncover the Effects of Coethnicity."
Micah Gell-Redman, Jason AnastasopoulosCharles Crabtree, Christopher J. Farris, and Neil Visalvanich
Current draft

Papers in progress

"Before wealthier was healthier: Development and disease in Post-Revolutionary Mexico."

"Public health and party hegemony: Mortality in Mexico over the 20th century."

"Historical roots of state capacity: Archival evidence from Mexico."

"Informational messages suppress turnout among minority voters: Evidence from an electronic GOTV experiment ", with Michael Rivera and D. Alex Hughes

“Informal institutions and the provision of health services to immigrants  in United States Counties,” with Christopher J. Farris.

"Political mobilization through social networks: evidence from a GOTV experiment in Honduras," with D. Alex Hughes

Editor-reviewed publications

"Introduction: Japan, the United States, and the Philosophical Bases of Immigration Policy.'' American Behavioral Scientist. 56: 995-1007, with John Skrentny and Jack Jin Gary Lee. 2012. 

"Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the Dynamics of Statutory Entrenchment." The Yale Law Journal Online. 120: 325-346, with John Skrentny. 2011.

"Inhabiting Two Worlds: Tunkaseños in the Transnational Labor Market." In Cornelius et al. eds., Mexican Migration and the U.S. Economic Crisis: a Transnational Perspective. La Jolla, CA: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies. 2010.

“Prevalence and Correlates of Depression in a High Emigration Town in Oaxaca, Mexico: Findings from a binational student research training program,” with D. Alex Hughes, Meredith Meacham, and Maria Zúñiga. Annals of Global Health 82(3): 542. (2016)

Other publications

“The New Face of Mexican Migration: A Transnational Community in Yucatán and California.” La Jolla, CA: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, with Wayne A. Cornelius, Hillary S. Kosnac, Pedro Lewin-Fischer, and Veronica Noriega. 2015.

“One Step In and One Step Out: The Lived Experience of Immigrant Participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program.” La Jolla, CA: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, with Hillary S. Kosnac, Wayne A. Cornelius, Tom K. Wong, and D. Alex Hughes. 2014.

"A review of programmatic material on malaria control campaigns." Rockefeller Archive Center Research Report. 2014.