"We expect crisp writing and careful analysis from Philippe Legrain. In "Immigrants," he adds reporting from across the world and a passionate defense of our freedom to cross borders. By turns logical, daring, and compassionate, this is a terrific book."--Tim Harford, author of "The Undercover Economist"
"The single best non-technical defense of a liberal immigration policy. What I liked most was how it put U.S. debates in a broader context; most American sources don't do this.... The book is original in this regard, yet without moving beyond easily understood arguments."--Tyler Cowen, author of "Discover Your Inner Economist"
|Hardcover Book, 392 pages||English|
|Princeton University Press (Jun. 25th, 2007)||Unknown|
|9780691134314||6.38 x 9.12 x 1.15 inches|
|Business Economic Conditions|