Here’s our fourth weekly link roundup (for all our weekly link roundups, see here). As always, linking does not imply endorsement.
Michael Clemens’ EconTalk podcast with Russ Roberts on aid, migration, and poverty: EconTalk page here, downloadable MP3 here. The EconTalk page features a full transcript and related links. (More links to audio content can be found at our audio page).
This is the second of our weekly link roundups (the first was here). As always, the pieces linked may have been published earlier, and linking does not imply endorsement.
Open borders in (at least) one (developed) country by Carl Shulman, where he argues for the advantages of concentrating on an open borders-like experiment in one relatively small country for its demonstration effects rather than the more nebulous project of attempting to change diffuse public opinion in a larger country such as the United States or in the world at large.
This post begins a series of weekly link roundups for links across the web to a diverse range of content. The linked content need not have been published in the past week. As always, linking does not imply endorsement.
UK visa bond for Indians, a news report by Amit Roy suggesting a real-world keyhole solution implemented by the United Kingdom government for the problem of visa overstays: UK visa applicants deemed at risk of overstaying visas will need to pay a bond that is returned to them when they leave the UK.
Our Demographic Decline by Megan McArdle, discussing demographic decline in the United States and the pluses and minuses of immigration as a short-run fix (HT: commenter BK).
Two blog posts by Arnold Kling that shed light on the differences between progressives, conservatives, and libertarians (from a US-centric perspective) and how this affects their take on immigration: here and here.