Illegal Immigration and Migrant Networks: Is There an Optimal Immigration Quota Policy?

@inproceedings{Faria2003IllegalIA,
  title={Illegal Immigration and Migrant Networks: Is There an Optimal Immigration Quota Policy?},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Ricardo Faria and Amnon Levy},
  year={2003}
}
High-skill immigrants form networks that facilitate subsequent low-skill immigration. To minimize the effects of low-skill immigration on unemployment, a strict lean-against-the-wind strategy or a flexible lean-against-the-wind strategy that is supported by, and takes into account the effect of, border control, are considered. None of these policies is necessarily better than the other as regards leniency toward low-skill immigration as well as the number of illegal immigrants. High-skill… CONTINUE READING

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