unfortunately, the analysis is very unprofessional. 1st, no immigrant from poor country goes back and if there is one, there will be 100 more to replace him. the demographic explosion in poor countries provides endless waves of migration. you can;t possibly provide everyone with jobs and services without hurting the lives of your citizens. 2nd, the first generation of migrants is a lesser problem. the second and third ones are much worse. people who came across the border are willing to work for low pay at any job. their offspring will be living off the state with numerous children to support. the immigrants who powered the economy of the w.europe are gone, their children are now the heaviest burden on the european economy. i think that the learned professor should consider these things as well.
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from the article: Send them back? Not so fast. On the benefits of labor migration