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The Other Immigration Question: Should People from Wealthy Countries Migrate to Poorer Ones?

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09/26/2022Lipton Matthews

While people from poor countries seek to live in places like the USA because of its stable institutions and welfare state, could migration of people from stable countries to less-developed ones make those countries better off?

Original Article: "The Other Immigration Question: Should People from Wealthy Countries Migrate to Poorer Ones?"

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The Other Immigration Question: Should People from Wealthy Countries Migrate to Poorer Ones?