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Ann C. Lin

Associate Professor of Public Policy
Lin teaches courses on public policy implementation, gender and politics, qualitative research methods, and immigration. She studies policy implementation: the provisions that make policy easy or difficult to implement, the beliefs and behavior of people who implement policies, and the reactions of those who are targeted by policy. She is currently studying immigration policies, such as guestworker programs and legalization, and the political beliefs of American immigrants.
PUBPOL 495

PUBPOL 495.002: Policy Seminar: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2015
2:30-4:00 pm EDT Download Syllabus

Fifty years ago, the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act changed the racial and ethnic composition of America, while creating a system of choices - both intended and unintended - that continue to shape today's authorized and unauthorized migratio

PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Winter 2005
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.
PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Fall 2008
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.
PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Winter 2013
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.
PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Winter 2007
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.
PubPol 495.002

PubPol 495.002: Policy Seminar: Immigration Reform

Ann Lin
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Fall 2013
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Policy seminars are open only to undergraduates enrolled in the Ford School. These small, interdisciplinary courses will focus on particular public policy issues as reflected in the title of the course.
PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Winter 2006
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.
PUBPOL 677

PUBPOL 677: Immigration Policy

Ann Lin
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Winter 2014
1:47-1:47 am EDT
Immigration is a phenomenon that touches upon every aspect of American society, from economic growth to neighborhood institutions to national culture.

Welcome Charlotte Cavaille to the Ford School family!

Feb 4, 2019
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy is excited to announce the addition of Charlotte Cavaille to the faculty as an assistant professor this coming fall. Cavaille is currently an assistant professor at the School of Foreign Service at...

The Refugee Crisis: Who makes it to safety? panel

Jan 12, 2015 1:27:10

2013 Livingston Award winner Luke Mogelson, Joel Lovell, John Ciorciari and Susan Waltz discuss the themes of "The Dream Boat," Mogelson's New York Times Magazine story about the plight of political asylum seekers.

Immigration, public policy, and the skills debate panel

Dec 1, 2009 1:19:56

George Borjas & Gordon Hanson present their work on immigration policy, including the possible economic impacts of low-skill immigration & potential benefits of high-skill immigration to fill key employment gaps-Dean Yang moderator.

Ann Lin: Immigration law and guestworkers

Dec 1, 2010 0:05:28

Ann Lin, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy & Associate Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts discusses current immigration law. May, 2007.

Cecilia Muñoz: Immigration reform legislation

Oct 1, 2007 0:01:57

Cecilia Muñoz Vice President, Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation, National Council of La Raza; Harry A. and former Margaret D. Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence, discusses Immigration reform legislation. April, 2007.