Identity, Immigration and Mental Well-being


This paper examines the relationship between immigration and mental well-being. Results point to invisible differences between groups, on the basis of national identities, that can largely predict the degree to which natives will be impacted in mental well-being terms by inflows of migrants into their local area.


Howley, Peter and Waqas, Muhammad (2019) Identity, Immigration and Mental Well-Being. Leeds University Business School Working Paper Forthcoming. DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3464210