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A Pure Libertarian Theory of Immigration

The Journal of Libertarian Studies

Tags Free MarketsWar and Foreign Policy

07/30/2014Jan Krepelka

Immigration. The very use of the word is telling: since every immigrant is also an emigrant, why is the first term more frequently used? In the twentieth century, with the exception of countries under socialist regimes, it has typically been harder to move into a particular country than to leave it—but of course, since most of the earth is now under the control of states, leaving a country usually means having to be accepted into another.

Volume 22, Number 1 (2010)

Author:

Jan Krepelka

Jan Krepelka is Research Fellow at the Institut Constant de Rebecque, Lausanne, Switzerland.

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Krepelka, Jan. "A Pure Libertarian Theory of Immigration." Journal of Libertarian Studies 22, No. 1 (2010): 35–52.

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