The economic consequences of the proposed immigration reform

Peri, Giovanni
May 2013
Intereconomics;May2013, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p191
Academic Journal
The article examines the immigration reform proposal in the U.S. from an economic point of view. It identifies the main points of the legislation and evaluates their potential consequences for the nation's economic growth, productivity and labor markets. It explores the three main innovations brought by the reform.


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