Much of the debate surrounding immigration policy is based in rhetoric rather than substantive analysis. Utilizing the finds of multi-method impact model, this study brings to the forefront the fiscal impact of immigration on the largest public provider of direct services—local government.
About the Author
STEPHEN C. LOVELESS, recently deceased, was Associate Professor of Public Administration at Florida International University.
CLIFFORD P. McCUE is Assistant Professor of Public Administration at Kent State University.
RAYMOND B. SURETTE is Professor of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida.
DOROTHY NORRIS-TIRRELL is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Memphis.