Liberalized Immigration as Free Trade: Economic welfare and the Optimal Immigration Policy
This paper describes the immigartion policy that would naximize the welfare of natives. Trade principles indicate that the United States should eliminate its immigration quotas and other nontariff protectionist bassiers and use immigration tariffs instead.
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