Barry R. Chiswick
UIC Distinguished Professor
Research Professor, Department of Economics
Director, UIC Center for Economic Education
University of Illinois at Chicago

Jewish Studies Research and Publications   
Research on the Economics of Language   
Canada Studies-Bibliography of Research   


Ph.D., Economics, Columbia University, 1967
M.A., Economics, Columbia University, 1964
B.A., Economics, Brooklyn College, 1962  

Current Research: Analysis of the skill acquisition, labor market adjustment and economic impact of immigrants. The determinants of immigration and immigration policy. The identification, human capital and labor market behavior of racial, religious, and ethnic groups. The economics of religion.

Areas of Interest: Labor Economics and Human Resources, Economic Theory, Statistics and Applied Econometrics, Immigration and Ethnic and Religious Groups, Public Policy Analysis. 

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