Think tank

Mexican Migration Project

MMP

Princeton, NJ, United States

The Mexican Migration Project (MMP) was created in 1982 by an interdisciplinary team of researchers to further our understanding of the complex process of Mexican migration to the United States. The project is a binational research effort co-directed by Jorge Durand, professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Guadalajara (Mexico), and Douglas S. Massey, professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, with a joint appointment in the Woodrow Wilson School, at Princeton University (US).

Contact details

Website:
https://mmp.opr.princeton.edu/

Address:
Office of Population Research. Princeton University. 237 Wallace Hall. Princeton, NJ 08544

Country:
United States

Sub-region:
Northern America

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
United States, Mexico
Operating languages
English , Spanish

Organisation details

Business model
Other
Institutional affiliations
University
Leadership
Leader(s) (2019): Jorge Durand Arp-Nisen/ Douglas S. Massey
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2019
Mexican Migration Project
 7
United States average
 71
Global average
 120
% Female staff
2019
Mexican Migration Project
50% 
United States average
46% 
Global average
42% 
% Female researchers
2019
Mexican Migration Project
 0%
United States average
27% 
Global average
34% 

Data notes

Last updated: 30/03/2020
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website
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