Ryan D. Edwards



Media citations


Valverde, Miriam (2018) "Donald Trump's false claim about the cost of illegal immigration," POLITIFACT, December 5.

Marrero, Pilar (2018) "Will More Deportations Bring 'Back' American Jobs?" KCET, June 26.

Groeger, Lena (2017) "The Immigration Effect: There's a Way for President Trump to Boost the Economy by Four Percent, But He Probably Won't Like It." ProPublica, July 19.

CNBC video interview of Francesc Ortega (2017) "Cost of immigration crackdown?" CNBC, February 22.

Westin, David (2017) "Study Says Immigration Crackdown Could Drag Down GDP 3%," Bloomberg Markets, February 22.

Laya, Patricia (2017) "Trump Deportation Threats to Constrict Already-Tight Job Market," Bloomberg Politics, February 21.

Elejalde-Ruiz, Alexia (2017) "No unauthorized immigrants? Manufacturing, hospitality workforces would struggle," Chicago Tribune, January 13.

Staley, Oliver and Ana Campoy (2016) "The US pays a price for keeping immigrants underemployed," Quartz, December 22.

Mohdin, Aamna (2016) "The US once gave amnesty to almost 3 million undocumented migrants. Here's the economic argument for doing it again," Quartz, November 24.

Creighton, Adam (2016) "How an Illegal-Immigrant Crackdown Could Hit U.S. Economic Growth," Wall Street Journal Real Time Economics, November 22.

Dube, Elliott T. (2016) "Legalizing Undocumented Workers Could Hit Construction GDP," Bloomberg BNA, November 18.

Gunn, Dwyer (2016) "What Are the Economic Costs of Deportation?" Pacific Standard, November 17.

Malinovskaya, Anna and Louise Sheiner (2016) "Hutchins Roundup: Undocumented immigrants, inflation, and more," Brookings Hutchins Roundup, November 17.

Ehrenfreund, Max (2016) "The potentially severe consequences of Trump's deportation plans," Washington Post Wonkblog, November 14.

Picchi, Aimee (2016) "How would deporting undocumented workers affect the U.S. economy?" CBS News Moneywatch, November 14.

Dominguez, JP (2016) "¿Cómo afectaría a la economía deportar a 11 millones de indocumentados?" Noticiero Univision, November 10.

Matteo, Maria (2016) "Removing Unauthorized Immigrant Workers Would Cause Harm at Federal and Local Levels Say Two Queens College Economists," CUNY Newswire, November 4.

Maiti, Rounak (2016) "Will deporting undocumented workers take us back to the Great Recession?" Marketplace, September 21.

Waslin, Michele (2016) "What is the Economic Cost of Deporting All Undocumented Immigrants?" Immigration Impact, American Immigration Council, September 21.

Health economics

Evans, Melanie (2013) "Lab results do little to change older adults' behavior, research finds," Modern Healthcare, August 15.

Halpert, Julie (2011) "7 Ways the Recession is Making You Healthier," The Fiscal Times, October 25.

Cheng, Pei-Sze (2008) "Upside of the Downside," NBC4 New York, October 28.

Woolman, Shiloh (2008) "Recession Can Actually Improve Your Health: Job Reductions Allow More Time For Leisure," WXII12.com, November 24.

Veterans & Military

O'Connell, Andrew (2014) "A Benefit of the Mechanization of War: Savings on Veterans' Benefits," HBR Blog Network / The Daily Stat, June 4.

Hall, Katy and Chris Spurlock (2013) "VA Spending From Iraq, Afghanistan Wars To Rise For Decades," Huffington Post, March 19.

Trotta, Daniel (2011) "U.S. cost of war at least $3.7 trillion and counting," Reuters, June 29.

Jacobs, Tom (2010) "Among Vets, Higher Rank Predicts Better Health," Miller-McCune, December 8.

Mulligan, Casey B. (2010) "The Costs of War, Continued," New York Times Economix Blog, September 1.

Druzin, Heath (2010) "I chose the right way, and no one rewarded me," Stars and Stripes, August 16.

Farrell, Chris (2010) "The cost of war," MPR News, August 11, 2010.

Dubner, Steven J. (2010) "The Costs of War," New York Times Freakonomics Blog, July 27, 2010.

Clark, Katy (2010) "The cost of caring for injured soldiers," PRI's The World, April 2.

Hefling, Kimberly (2010) "Panel urges long-term planning to care for vets," AP Newswire, March 31.

Economics of the family

Sample, Ian (2014) "Children of older men at greater risk of mental illness, study suggests," The Guardian, February 26.