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Council Special Report

The Economic Logic of Illegal Immigration

by Gordon H. Hanson
This report examines the economics of illegal immigration and finds that the fiscal benefits of illegal immigration offset its costs. Further, the report finds that the flexibility provided by the illegal immigration system that benefits the U.S. economy cannot be provided by the legal immigration system.
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Immigration as an Economic Engine

with Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Vivek Wadhwa, Richard N. Haass, Matthew Winkler
Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, and Vivek Wadhwa discuss the benefits of immigration reform for the economic future of the United States. The session focuses on the many important contributions immigrants make creating jobs in the country and addresses what can be done to fix the system currently in place.This session was part of the symposium, The Future of U.S. Immigration Policy: Next Steps. This event was made possible through the generous support from the Ford Foundation
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Immigration as an Economic Engine (Audio)

with Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Vivek Wadhwa, Matthew Winkler, Richard N. Haass
Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, and Vivek Wadhwa address the benefits of immigration reform for the economic future of the United States. The session focuses on the many important contributions immigrants make creating jobs in the country and addressed what can be done fix the system currently in place.This session was part of the symposium, The Future of U.S. Immigration Policy: Next Steps. This event was made possible through the generous support from the Ford Foundation.
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Immigration as an Economic Engine

with Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Vivek Wadhwa, Matthew Winkler, Richard N. Haass
Edward Alden, Alejandro Mayorkas, and Vivek Wadhwa address the benefits of immigration reform for the economic future of the United States. The session focuses on the many important contributions immigrants make creating jobs in the country and addressed what can be done fix the system currently in place.This session was part of the symposium, The Future of U.S. Immigration Policy: Next Steps. This event was made possible through the generous support from the Ford Foundation.
Expert Roundup

Immigration Reform and U.S. Economic Performance

by Aimee Rawlins, Pia Orrenius, Vivek Wadhwa, Tamar Jacoby, Jonathan Bowles, Peter Dixon and Maureen T. Rimmer
As the United States works to rebound from the economic downturn and improve global competitiveness, the debate over immigration reform intensifies. Six experts weigh in on how to reform the U.S. immigration system to improve economic performance.
Foreign Affairs Article

Let the People Go

by Michael Clemens, Justin Sandefur
On May 29, 2013, British immigration officers raided the Alternative Tuck Shop, a cafe just down the road from Oxford University's economics department, where South Asian and Middle Eastern employees serve tea, scones, and sandwiches.