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» Paul Krugman: North of the Border from Tim Worstall
Paul Krugman today on immigration. Just one thing that puzzles me. First, the net benefits to the U.S. economy from immigration, aside from the large gains to the immigrants themselves, are small. Realistic estimates suggest that immigration since 1980... [Read More]

» The Problem of Health Care from Innovation Online
The blogs are ablaze again on why the health care problem is so darn hard to solve. Jane Galt presents her three part perspective complete with a semi-single payer plan. Big government from a libertarian blogger, the health care crisis... [Read More]

» Shoulder-to-Shoulder: Calling Brad Delong from Innovation Online
The intellectual community has been less than united in its support for the President. Even among economists this administration’s aggressive foreign policy, radical tax cutting and rampant spending have inspired widespread discontent. Even those econo... [Read More]

» With Critics of Immigration Like This, Who Needs Advocates? from EconLog
I occasionally quip that I like the whole range of economists from Mises to Krugman. We can squabble amongst ourselves,... [Read More]

» Privileged By Birthright? from Catallarchy
. . .suppose you could give American high school dropouts an 8% raise by deporting every man, woman, and child from Latin America back to their home countries. Would that be the right thing to do? Economists are used to rolling their eyes when peopl... [Read More]

» Some rambling thoughts on immigration from Asymmetrical Information
About immigration: basically, I'm for it. Though there's (allegedly) a smidgen of native American blood in me, most of my ancestors were carpetbaggers who came here for the same reason as the Korean guy who sells you your coffee in the morning: to exca... [Read More]

» Some rambling thoughts on immigration from Asymmetrical Information
About immigration: basically, I'm for it. Though there's (allegedly) a smidgen of native American blood in me, most of my ancestors were carpetbaggers who came here for the same reason as the Korean guy who sells you your coffee in the morning: to exca... [Read More]

» Some rambling thoughts on immigration from Asymmetrical Information
About immigration: basically, I'm for it. Though there's (allegedly) a smidgen of native American blood in me, most of my ancestors were carpetbaggers who came here for the same reason as the Korean guy who sells you your coffee in the morning: to exca... [Read More]

» MICKEY KAUS DOESN'T KNOW MUCHABOUT THE EITC from MaxSpeak, You Listen!
Michael Lind has company: "I would suggest that if DeLong actually thinks changes in these policies will dramatically improve the situation of low-income Americans, especially unskilled African American men--not to mention help reestablish the black fa... [Read More]

» Immigration and unskilled labour from Asymmetrical Information
Mickey Kaus makes the most serious argument I've seen in favour of restricting immigration to boost low-skilled wages: Clinton's Achievement vs. DeLong's Pie in the Sky: Mark Kleiman blogs:Brad DeLong is right: the biggest beneficiaries of immigration ... [Read More]

» What "Americans First" Means from Mean Mr. Mustard 2.0
Brad Delong, quoting and then commenting on that Paul Krugman anti-immigration piece: "[T]he net benefits... from immigration, aside from the large gains to the immigrants themselves, are small." Particularly, we should focus on the "large gains to the... [Read More]

» What "Americans First" Means from Mean Mr. Mustard 2.0
Brad Delong, quoting and then commenting on that Paul Krugman anti-immigration piece: "[T]he net benefits... from immigration, aside from the large gains to the immigrants themselves, are small." Particularly, we should focus on the "large gains to the... [Read More]

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