'It is almost impossible to underestimate the influence of economics upon immigration theory in today's interconnected and globalized world. Howard F. Chang is one of the preeminent actors in this hybrid field of study, and has assembled a broad and deep cast in this volume, which usefully pulls together many studies and views. This will become an indispensable resource in the subject, as well as a detailed map of this important and growing academic area.'
- Michael A. Olivas, University of Houston Law Center, US
This volume compiles influential and diverse readings on the timely subject of immigration. This collection includes work published by leading economists, as well as a number of important contributions made by influential legal scholars, with a focus on economic issues that are salient in debates over immigration policy. Professor Chang's introduction not only explains the contribution that each reading makes to our understanding of immigration, but also surveys the literature more broadly, putting the selected readings in context.
24 articles, dating from 1982 to 2013
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Contributors include: G. Borjas, A. Bradford, D. Card, A. Cox, G. Hanson, G. Ottaviano, G. Peri, E. Posner, A. Sykes, M. Trebilcock.
Edited by Howard F. Chang, Earle Hepburn Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, US
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