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Economist Bryan Caplan on Open Borders
Mike talks with Bryan Caplan, a Professor of Economics at George Mason University and a blogger for EconLog. Professor Caplan is the author of multiple books, including two he and I have previously discussed on the show - The Myth of the Rational Voter, and The Case Against Education. On this episode, they discussing Bryan’s latest book, Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration.
Topics Mike & Bryan discuss include:‘a world of global apartheid’ immigration and economic inequality the moral presumption in favor of immigration why Nobel Laureate Milton Freedom was wrong about immigration how open borders could easily double world GDP the cultural effects of open borders immigration, crime, and terrorism the partisan political calculus of immigration policy open borders and global brain drain a Burkean approach to immigration and lots more!
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