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Audrey Singer’s research focuses on the incorporation and settlement of immigrants in the United States. She directs the Immigrants and Social Welfare Project, a longitudinal study of the effects of welfare reform on immigrants and their communities, and one of several studies forming the U.S. component of the Metropolis Project, a cooperative international research effort.
She also has a project on the social process of naturalization that focuses on Latin American immigrants in New York City, for which she received an individual project fellowship from the Open Society Institute. She authored Naturalization in the Wake of Anti-Immigrant Legislation: Dominicans in New York City, Carnegie Endowment Working Paper #10.
Prior to joining the Endowment, Ms. Singer was on the faculty at Georgetown University’s Department of Demography, and she previously worked as a demogra- pher at the U.S. Department of Labor in the Division of Immigration Policy and Research. Ms. Singer earned her Ph.D at the University of Texas at Austin, and conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Chicago.