Professor Lozano’s research broadly focuses on immigration and labor economics. His research is published in leading academic outlets, including the American Economic Review, Economics of Education Review, Economic Inquiry, and the Journal of Labor Economics. His research has made seminal contributions in the areas of Hispanic academic outcomes, immigrant labor supply, and the effects of immigration enforcement.
He is currently applying his research expertise and knowledge as co-chair of California’s Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors and the Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP). In his role in the Governor’s Council, he coordinates discussions and advises the Governor on creating a more inclusive progressive economy. As part of the IEEP, he helps promote partnerships between government, business, and academia that promote the well-being of one of California’s most economically vulnerable areas.