Professor Borjas is one of the leading economists specializing in the study of immigration. In this lecture he will focus on what economics can teach us about the determinants and consequences of immigration:
- What drives some people to migrate and others to stay?
- Is immigration really such a “win-win”? Who are the winners and losers?
- What are the implications of these lessons for immigration and labor reforms like the ones discussed in the US?
This session will be live streamed on the JKP Facebook page.