Fabio Rojas (personal website, orgtheory (group blog on sociology)) is a professor of sociology at Indiana University. Rojas has argued for open borders both on the orgtheory blog and in guest posts for Open Borders: The Case. He has also played a key role in coordinating initiatives related to open borders, including coordinating (and sponsoring the winner of) the Open Borders Logo Contest and the No Deportation Logo Contest, setting up the Open Borders Action Group, and making the original proposal for Open Borders Day.
Posts by Rojas on orgtheory:
- arguments for open borders on March 18, 2012. This was one of the first external reviews of the Open Borders website (at the time, Rojas was not in contact with Open Borders). See our external coverage page for more external reviews and coverage of the site and blog posts and pages on the site.
- open borders – a simplified argument on July 18, 2013.
- immigration not related to welfare state size on February 18, 2014, referring to research by Alex Nowrasteh and Zachary Gochenour.
- open borders day is today on March 16, 2014, on the occasion of Open Borders Day.
closed borders and jim crow: branches from the same root, linked at Immigration restrictions as Jim Crow. Rojas previously re-blogged a similar question from Bryan Caplan.
Notable posts by Rojas on Open Borders: The Case (full list here):
- Open borders: what to do about it (part 1, part 2, part 3)
- Open borders logo contest: announcement, reminder, winner announcement.