Richard Epstein, the Peter and Kirsten Bedford Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, analyzes the immigration debate with special focus on H1-B visas.
Hoover fellow and Stanford Business School professor Ed Lazear and BlackRock Investment Institute senior director Peter Fisher discuss the labor economy and immigration reform on Bloomberg TV's Market Makers.
With the annual number of immigrants to the United States at an all-time high, the debate over immigration has reached a fevered pitch. Do today's immigrants come to this country just to go on welfare? Will immigration forever change America's ethnic, cultural, and political landscape?
These essays examine economic, political, social, and legal issues related to immigration into the United States—from compelling arguments for limited immigration to forceful arguments for open borders. They assess the benefits and costs of immigration and its impact on education, social welfare, and health care.
Articles On: Spies, Germany, US Investors, Wire Fraud, Competition, Telecom Gear, Britain, Trade, Nonimmigrant Entry Restrictions, Huawei, and Fishing Fleet
This section highlights articles and reports on the harmful impacts of the commercial and economic policies employed by the Chinese Communist Party.
Ever heard of an H-1B visa? You would have if you worked in high tech. Hoover fellow Nicholas Imparato joins Joseph B. Costello and Lance Director Nagel in arguing that the computer industry needs immigrants—lots of them.
Each year, mexicans working in the United States send billions in hard currency back home—an injection to which the Mexican economy has grown addicted. We need to help the junkie break the habit. By Victor Davis Hanson.
Reforming current legal immigration and refugee legislation.
Despite the economic storm, European voters refuse to let the traditional left take the wheel. By Patrick Chamorel.
Look at the biggest antipoverty success story of recent years—welfare reform—and you might see the makings of a solution to illegal immigration. By Jeffery M. Jones.
A 2003 book warning against illegal immigration has now found acceptance. The author explains. By Victor Davis Hanson.
James Kirchick on Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders by Jason Riley