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International Labor Mobility and Mexican Immigration

We didn’t have time to get around to this topic in the International Economics class, but this article is a treasure trove of topics on the subject.

Being from Texas myself, this isn’t just theoretical for me. It’s a case where economic theory and real life intersect, in a way that impacts real people’s lives…and livelihoods.

It occurs to me that there is a lot of room for debate and research into how best to reduce the number of illegal immigrants, and that analysis from the supply side is going to look very different from analysis on the demand side.

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