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.
- Immigration: The Practice of the Principle by Donald Boudreaux on Cafe Hayek, June 22.
- Immigration: An Appeal to the Concerned Friends of Don Boudreaux by Bryan Caplan on EconLog, July 2. This was a follow-up to Boudreaux’s post linked above.
- Bhutan Is No Shangri-La by Vidhyapati Mishra in the New York Times, June 28.
- Why America Needs an Immigrant Underclass by Eli Dourado in The Umlaut, June 26. Eli has written a guest post for Open Borders in the past.
- A global view of cross-border migration, an article on Vox, July 1.
- Caplan-Ting Immigration Debate, a blog post by Bryan Caplan discussing his debate with Jan Ting. That debate, and many others, can be accessed at our debate video page.
- Insuring Immigration by Anu Bradford (referenced in Immigration: Anu Bradford’s Creative Suggestion by David Henderson), discussing how one could use betting markets to get people’s honest beliefs about immigration’s effects on the welfare state.
- The Real Reason Silicon Valley Tech Workers Are Fighting Immigration Reform by Will Oremus, July 3, in Slate, written in response to Is Silicon Valley’s immigration agenda gutting the tech industry’s middle class?, a piece that appeared in The Verge. HT: Steve Sailer.