Joseph Hayes

Research Associate
(415) 291-4438
hayes@ppic.org
curriculum vitae

Expertise
• Immigration and immigrants
   Immigration policy
• Population issues and demographics
   Regional migration
• California’s prison population

Experience
Senior Consultant, Quantum Consulting (1998-2001). Volunteer, United States Peace Corps (1995-1998). Research Assistant, Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1993-1995). Research Assistant, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (1992-1993).

Education
M.S. (1995), agricultural economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

PPIC Publications
California's Future (co-authored with Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Caroline Danielson, Ryken Grattet, Ellen Hanak, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Shannon McConville, Eric McGhee, Paul Warren, and Margaret Weston). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's Future: Corrections (co-authored with Ryken Grattet). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

Reclassification of English Learner Students in California (co-authored with Laura E. Hill, Margaret Weston, and Joseph M. Hayes). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's Changing Parole Population (co-authored with Ryken Grattet). Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2013.

California's Changing Prison Population (co-authored with Ryken Grattet). Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2013.

Funding Public Safety Realignment (co-authored with Mia Bird). Public Policy Institute of California, 2013.

Undocumented Immigrants (co-authored with Laura Hill).  Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2013.

Immigrant Legalization: Assessing the Labor Market Effects (co-authored with Laura E. Hill and Magnus Lofstrom). Public Policy Institute of California, 2010.

Immigrant Admissions: Family vs. Skills Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2008.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 9., No. 4, "Immigrant Pathways to Legal Permanent Residence: Now and Under a Merit-Based System " (co-authored with Laura E. Hill). Public Policy Institute of California, 2008.

The Inland Empire in 2015 (co-authored with Hans P. Johnson and Deborah Reed). Public Policy Institute of California, 2008.

Out-of-School Immigrant Youth (co-authored with Laura E. Hill). Public Policy Institute of California, 2007.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 8., No. 1, "Who’s In Prison? The Changing Demographics of Incarceration " (co-authored with Amanda Bailey). Public Policy Institute of California, 2006.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 5., No. 4, "The Demographics of Mortality in California" (co-authored with Hans P. Johnson). Public Policy Institute of California, 2004.

The Central Valley at a Crossroads: Migration and Its Implications (co-authored with Hans P. Johnson). Public Policy Institute of California, 2004.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 5., No. 2, "California's Newest Immigrants" (co-authored with Laura E. Hill). Public Policy Institute of California, 2003.

California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles Vol. 5., No. 1, "California's Newest Neighborhoods" (co-authored with Hans P. Johnson). Public Policy Institute of California, 2003.

Other Selected Publications

"H-1Bs: How Do They Stack Up to US Born Workers?” with Magnus Lofstrom. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper No. 6259, December 2011.

"How Would Selecting for Skill Change Flows of Immigrants to the United States? A Simulation of Three Merit-based Point Systems,” with Laura E. Hill. Review of Economics of the Household, Vol. 9, No. 1, March, 2011.

"Did Employer Sanctions Lose Their Bite? Labor Market Effects of Immigrant Legalization,” with Magnus Lofstrom and Laura E. Hill. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper No. 4972, May 2010.