Barry Chiswick on the design of immigration policies

In a video interview, IZA Fellow Barry Chiswick (George Washington University) talks about the design of immigration policies.

He explains how today’s immigration policy can draw on the U.S. experience with mass immigration a century ago, and whether the current annual flow of non-OECD immigrants into OECD countries is too high or too low. Moreover, Chiswick comments on the U.S. approach of focusing on border enforcement to control illegal or unauthorized immigration.


For more information on migration economics see related articles in IZA World of Labor.

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