Adrian Haws

I am a PhD candidate in applied economics at Cornell University.

I use record linking methods to construct large longitudinal datasets, enabling the study of immigrants' economic outcomes, intergenerational transmission of wealth, and long-run consequences of racial violence in American history. I am on the Census Tree Project team.

My dissertation research, which is co-funded by the Russell Sage Foundation and the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, uses international census records to study immigrant skill transfer to the U.S. during the Age of Mass Migration.

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