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This volume brings together influential and diverse readings on the timely subject of immigration, including not only work published by leading economists in economics journals but also important articles published by legal scholars in law reviews, 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 so as to put the selected readings in context. This book will be a valuable resource for policymakers, academics, and students of immigration law and policy.