This is part of a series of weekly posts with the most interesting content from the Open Borders Action Group on Facebook. Do join the group to weigh in on existing discussions or start your own (you might want to read this post before joining).
Thought-provoking general questions or general observations
- Assuming the premises of reparations theory, does the case for open borders also imply that reparations are due to prospective immigrants who were denied? by Michael Tontchev, June 4, 2014. 1 like, 8 comments.
- The impact of skill-biased OECD migration policies by Carl Shulman, June 4, 2014. 1 like, 9 comments.
- How does liberalizing immigration affect a country’s international standing? by Vipul Naik, June 6, 2014. 1 like, 1 comment.
- Effect of emigration on mortality and life expectancy by Eric Lloyd Ross, June 10, 2014. 2 likes, 8 comments.
Discussions of specific historical and current situations
- George Borjas’ updated estimates of effects of migration on native wages in the United States by John Lee, June 11, 2014. 1 like, 7 comments.
- Bleg on data related to Chinese migration to Africa by Carl Shulman, June 10, 2014. 3 likes, 0 comments (so far, but do add your own if you have something to contribute).
- Link by Rob James, June 6, 2014, to Leaked Images Reveal Children Warehoused in Crowded U.S. Cells, Border Patrol Overwhelmed by Brandon Darby, Breitbart News, June 5, 2014. 2 likes.
- Link by Vipul Naik, June 6, 2014, to Day 20: The Politics of Crime and Immigration, the New York Times, June 6, 2014. 1 like, 1 comment.
Outreach and meta
- What do people think of Bryan Caplan’s approach in engaging with Steve Sailer? by John Lee, June 4, 2014. Links to Why Sailer Scares by Bryan Caplan, EconLog, June 3, 2014. 1 like, 13 comments.
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