IGM on High-Skilled Immigration
By Bryan Caplan
The IGM Forum reacts to:
The average US citizen would be better off if
a larger number of highly educated foreign workers were legally allowed
to immigrate to the US each year.
The result is very lop-sided agreement:
The award for the strangest answer goes to Caroline Hoxby, who is maximally confident (10/10) that the answer is “uncertain.”
Hopefully the IGM will address low-skilled immigration soon, and evaluate the average effects on humanity as well as the average effects on U.S. citizens.
Update: Adam Ozimek critiques the IGM’s agnostic dissidents.