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Blaming Immigrants

by Kaushal, Neeraj Paperback / softback, 232 pages
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Columbia University Press 
United States 

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Economist Neeraj Kaushal investigates the rising anxiety in host countries and tests common complaints against immigration. She finds that immigration, on balance, is beneficial. It is neither the volume nor pace of immigration, but the willingness of nations to accept, absorb, and manage new flows of immigration that is fueling disaffection.

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