George J. Borjas: Costs of Immigration - Economics Roundtable

6/5/2006; 53 minutes

Harvard economist George Borjas details the hidden costs of current American immigration policies and argues that the United States would be better off if the government instituted rules that favored educated and highly skilled immigrants who could help the U.S. compete in the world economy. (#11726)

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