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).
- Unauthorized Immigration to the United States: Annual Estimates and Components of Change, by State, 1990 to 2010 by Robert Warren and John Robert Warren.
- Breaking Down The Walls Of Pettiness by Shanu Athiparambath, July 17, 2013.
- How to Make 11 Million People Much Better Off by Conor Friesendorf, July 12, 2013, in The Atlantic.
- Slaves of Dubai, a critical documentary on the role of temporary foreign workers in building Dubai’s skyscrapers.
- Law Alone by Audacious Epigone, an analysis of World Values Survey data on how important people considered four criteria (ancestry, birthplace, customs, and laws) in determining eligibility for citizenship. See also Nathan Smith’s post who favors open borders?.
- Trade or Migrate? by Jason Sorens, July 19, 2013.