Issues in the Economics of Immigration (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
404
Utgivningsdatum
2000-05-01
Upplaga
2nd ed.
Förlag
University of Chicago Press
Illustrationer
44 line drawings, 101 tables
Dimensioner
241 x 171 x 31 mm
Vikt
703 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780226066318
Issues in the Economics of Immigration (inbunden)

Issues in the Economics of Immigration

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The United States is now admitting nearly one million legal immigrants per year, while the flow of illegal aliens into the country continues to increase steadily. The debate over immigration policy has typically focused on three fundamental questions: How do immigrants peform economically relative to others? What effects do immigrants have on the employment opportunities of other workers? What kind of immigration policy is most beneficial to the host country? This authoritative volume represents a move beyond purely descriptive assessments of labour market consequences toward a more fully developed analysis of economic impacts across the social spectrum. Exploring the broader repercussions of immigration on education, welfare, Social Security and crime, as well as the labour market, these papers assess dimensions not yet taken into account by traditional cost-benefit calculations. This collection offers new insights into the kinds of economic opportunties and outcomes that immigrant populations might expect for themselves and future generations.
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George J. Borjas is professor of economics at the University of California at San Diego. Richard B. Freeman is professor of economics at Harvard University and director of the Labor Studies Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research.