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Andrew M. Sum and Paul E. Harrington

Two kinds of immigration

By Andrew M. Sum and Paul E. Harrington
October 16, 2006

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DEBATES OVER immigration have intensified over the past few years, but the nation's understanding of how immigration affects the economy has not kept up. Both those who want to liberalize immigration laws and those who favor severe restrictions have often provided incomplete or misleading analyses of how current practices affect the nation's labor market. These commentators also often fail to ... (Full article: 706 words)

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