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- Why Republicans should support immigration reform by Robert Held, The Hill, February 24, 2014.
- The Labor Market Effects of Reducing Undocumented Immigrants by Andri Chassamboulli, Giovanni Peri (published as NBER Working Paper), February 2014.
- Time to fix our immigration courts by John Gossart Jr., The Hill, February 26, 2014.
- Does Immigration Undermine Public Support for Social Policy? by David Brady and Ryan Finnigan, last updated January 29, 2014. Also mentioned by Tyler Cowen in Does immigration undermine public support for social policy?, February 26, 2014, Marginal Revolution.
- Why Development Economics is Failing the Poor by Dalibor Rohac, The Umlaut, February 26, 2014, reviewing William Easterly’s new book The Tyranny of Experts.
- A note on an argument about open borders by Chris Bertram, Crooked Timber, February 28, 2014.
Some other links of lower relevance, but still potentially interesting to our readers:
- Libre Initiative reaches out to Hispanics with free-enterprise message by Georgia Pabst, Journal Sentinel, February 23, 2014.
- Are Mexicans the Most Successful Immigrant Group in the U.S.? The American Dream Doesn’t Just Belong to Those With the Most Money and the Fanciest Degrees. It Also Belongs to the Strivers Who Achieve More Than the Generation Before Them. by Jennifer Lee, Zócalo Public Square, February 24, 2014.
- Local’s husband caught in immigration snafu by Heidi Rice, Post Independent, February 23, 2014.
- Will Florida Grant In-state Tuition to Undocumented Students? by Juan Escalante, Huffington Post, February 25, 2014.