Acclaimed Harvard Professor George J. Borjas, a Cuban immigrant, provides readers with a simple set of conceptual tools and evidence that can help them disentangle the murky and polarizing debate around immigration that, nowadays, occupies a large portion of public discourse. Rather than offering a clear cut answer on whether or not immigration results in tremendous rewards or in economic burdens for a receiving country, We Wanted Workers: Unraveling the Immigration Debate gives its audience the opportunity to peak the economics behind immigration while allowing them to move past it towards an honest debate.
TitleWe Wanted Workers: Unraveling the Immigration Narrative
AuthorGeorge J. Borjas
EditorialW.W. Norton & Company, Inc
Date of publicationOctober 2016
We Wanted Workers: Unraveling the Immigration Narrative
By Iván Kim