Copenhagen Opposition Paper on Population and Migration

Copenhagen Consensus 2004
Mark R. Rosenzweig
April 1/2004
Rosenzweig argues against the proposition that creating a large permanent population of temporary workers makes immigration more palatable to the host-country population and raises issues about the root causes of global disparities in factor prices.
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