Fernando A. Lozano
Research Fellow

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Lozano Fernando Lozano received his PhD in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2005. He is currently Associate Professor of Economics at Pomona College, in Claremont, California. He is a labor economist whose research focuses on immigration and labor supply. His current projects examine how American workers’ schedule flexibility has changed during the last 30 years; how does more stringent border control enforcement determine immigrants’ labor market outcomes; and how do government policies determine the flows of internationally adopted children to the U.S.

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in May 2009.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
10685  Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes
Fernando A. Lozano
Interstate Mobility Patterns of Likely Unauthorized Immigrants: Evidence from Arizona
8950  Colin P. Green
Fernando A. Lozano
Rob Simmons
Rank-Order Tournaments, Probability of Winning and Investing in Talent: Evidence from Champions League Qualifying Rules
6552  Fernando A. Lozano
What Happened to God's Time? The Evolution of Secularism and Hours of Work in America, Evidence from Religious Holidays
5492  Fernando A. Lozano
Todd A. Sorensen
The Labor Market Value to Legal Status
5328  Fernando A. Lozano
Michael D. Steinberger
Empirical Methods in the Economics of International Immigration
(published in: Carlos Vargas-Silva et al. (eds.) Handbook on Research Methods on Migration, Edward Elgar, 2012)
4898  Fernando A. Lozano
Mary J. Lopez
Border Enforcement and Selection of Mexican Immigrants in the United States
(published in: Feminist Economics, 2013, 19 (1), 76-110)
4547  Fernando A. Lozano
Sherrie Kossoudji
The Unknown Immigration: Incentives and Family Composition in Inter-Country Adoptions to the United States
4317  Fernando A. Lozano
Understanding the Workweek of Foreign Born Workers in the United States
(published in: Review of Economics of the Household, 2010, 8 (1), 83-104)
4217  Fernando A. Lozano
The Flexibility of the Workweek in the United States: Evidence from the FIFA World Cup
(published in: Economic Inquiry, 2011, 49(2), 512-529)
3301  Fernando A. Lozano
Todd A. Sorensen
Mexican Immigrants, the Labor Market and the Current Population Survey: Seasonality Effects, Framing Effects, and Sensitivity of Results
(published as 'Mexican Immigrants, Labour Market Assimilation and the Current Population: The Sensitivity of Results Across Seemingly Equivalent Surveys' in: International Migration, 2015, 53(2), 250–262)
1924  Peter J. Kuhn
Fernando A. Lozano
The Expanding Workweek? Understanding Trends in Long Work Hours Among U.S. Men, 1979-2004
(published in: Journal of Labor Economics, 2008, 26 (2), 311-343)
 

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