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Antman, Francisca M Associate Professor


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  • Professor Antman's research investigates the impact of international migration on family members left behind in developing countries as well as the impact of immigration enforcement on families in the U.S. She has several papers looking at how parental migration affects children's schooling and child labor as well as papers on the impact of migration on contributions toward elderly parents left behind and their associated health outcomes. Her other research projects explore the allocation of resources within households and families, the endogeneity of race and ethnicity, and economic development in historical perspective.


  • International migration and human capital investments, income inequality, poverty traps, adult children’s care for elderly parents, economic mobility of individuals and families over time and generations, allocation of resources within households and families, endogeneity of race and ethnicity, economic development in historical perspective


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