In three weeks, I premiere my all-new course on the “Economics of Immigration.”  If GMU sticks to its current plan, I will start teaching it in-person on August 27 to a mixed class of grad students and undergrads.  As you’d expect, the class closely follows the organization of Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration, but with extra time devoted to criticism of immigration from social scientists like George Borjas, Paul Collier, and Garett Jones.  The course also adds sections on the environment and contagious disease, two important topics that I neglected to address in Open Borders.

There are still ten open spots in the class, but in any case the whole world is welcome to read the notes and try the homework.