Publications

Immigration enforcement: determinants and consequences

  1. Pedroza, Juan Manuel, and Pil H. Chung. (2021). “Death and Disabilities in Divergent Deportation Contexts: Revisiting the Hispanic Epidemiological Paradox Abstract.” In Migration and Mortality: Social Death, Dispossession, and Survival in the Americas, edited by Jamie Longazel and Miranda Cady Hallett. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

  2. Pedroza, Juan M. “Deportation Discretion: Tiered Influence, Minority Threat, and ‘Secure Communities’ Deportations.” Policy Studies Journal 47, no. 3 (2019): 624-646.

  3. Perreira, Krista M., and Juan M. Pedroza. "Policies of Exclusion: Implications for the Health of Immigrants and their Children." Annual Review of Public Health 40 (2019): 147-166.

  4. Capps, Randy, Heather Koball, A. Campetella, Krista M. Perreira, Sarah Hooker, and Juan M. Pedroza. (2015). “Implications of Immigration Enforcement Activities for the Well-Being of Children in Immigrant Families: A Review of the Literature.” Washington, DC: Urban Institute and Migration Policy Institute.

  5. Koball, Heather, Randy Capps, Krista M. Perreira, Andrea Campetella, Sarah Hooker, Juan M. Pedroza, William Monson, and Sandra Huerta. (2015). "Health and Social Service Needs of US-citizen Children with Detained or Deported Immigrant Parents." Washington, DC: Urban Institute and Migration Policy Institute.

  6. Pedroza, Juan M. (2013). “Removal Roulette: Secure Communities and Immigration Enforcement in the United States (2008-2012).” In Outside Justice: Immigration and the Criminalizing Impact of Changing Policy and Practice, Eds. David C. Brotherton, Daniel L. Stageman, and Shirley P. Leyro, pp. 45-65. Springer, New York, NY.

  7. Pedroza, Juan M. “Mass Exodus from Oklahoma? Immigrants and Latinos Stay and Weather a State of Capture.” The Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies 4(1):27-41.

  8. Chaudry, Ajay, Randy Capps, Juan M. Pedroza, Rosa M. Castañeda, Robert Santos, and Molly Scott. (2010). “Facing Our Future: Children in the Aftermath of Immigration Enforcement.” Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

  9. Koralek, Robin, Juan M. Pedroza, and Randy Capps. (2009). “Untangling the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act: Consequences for Children and Families.” Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

Poverty, inequality, and the safety net access

  1. Mattingly, Marybeth J., and Juan M. Pedroza. "Convergence and Disadvantage in Poverty Trends (1980–2010): What is Driving the Relative Socioeconomic Position of Hispanics and Whites?" Race and Social Problems 10, no. 1 (2018): 53-66.

  2. Jiménez, Tomás R., Julie Park, and Juan M. Pedroza. "The New Third Generation: Post‐1965 Immigration and the Next Chapter in the Long Story of Assimilation." International Migration Review 52, no. 4 (2018): 1040-1079.

  3. Burton, Linda M., Marybeth J. Mattingly, Juan M. Pedroza, and Whitney Welsh. (2018). “Safety Net.” Pathways: State of the Union 2018 on Gender Inequality. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

  4. Burton, Linda M., Marybeth J. Mattingly, Juan M. Pedroza, and Whitney Welsh. (2017). “Poverty.” Pathways: State of the Union 2017 on Racial and Ethnic Inequalities. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

  5. Mattingly, Marybeth J., and Juan M. Pedroza. (2015). “Why Isn’t the Hispanic Poverty Rate Rising?” Pathways: Hispanics in America. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

  6. Gelatt, Julia, Heather Koball, and Juan M. Pedroza. (2014). “California’s Implementation of the Affordable Care Act Implications for Immigrants in the State.” Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

  7. Yoshikawa, Hirokazu, Christina Weiland, Kjertsi Ulvestad, Krista M. Perreira, Robert Crosnoe with Ajay Chaudry, Karina Fortuny, and Juan M. Pedroza. (2014). “Improving Access of Low-Income Immigrant Families to Health and Human Services: The Role of Community-Based Organizations.” Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

  8. Perreira, Krista M., Robert Crosnoe, Karina Fortuny, Juan M. Pedroza, Kjersti Ulvestad, Christina Weiland, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Ajay Chaudry. (2012). “Barriers to Immigrants’Access to Health and Human Services.” Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

  9. Robert Crosnoe, Juan Manuel Pedroza, Kelly Purtell, Karina Fortuny, Krista M. Perreira, Kjersti Ulvestad, Christina Weiland, and Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Ajay Chaudry. (2012). "Promising Practices for Increasing Immigrants’ Access to Health and Human Services." Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

  10. Chaudry, A., Juan M. Pedroza, Heather Sandstrom. (2012). “How Employment Constraints Affect Low-Income Working Parents' Child Care Decisions.” Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

  11. Chaudry, Ajay, Juan M. Pedroza, Heather Sandstrom, Anna Danziger, Michel Grosz, Molly Scott, and Sarah Ting. (2011). “Child Care Choices of Low-Income Working Families.” Washington, DC: Urban Institute.