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Introduction Economics of immigration is one of the most interesting subjects giving its overall complexity as well breadth of the overall impact it can have on the national and international economy. Over the period of time, complexity of the immigration and its economic impacts has increased thus giving rise to significant political and cultural issues.
One of the most important reasons as to why I chose this topic therefore is to understand the dynamics behind the economic impact of immigrants on the economy. The reason why I m choosing this topic is based on the assumption that the flow of qualified, skilled as well as unskilled labor actually contribute towards the economic progress of any country. The typical topic of my paper therefore is to assess the impact of Mexican immigrants on the economy of US. One of the major sources in this regard is the work done by Robert J Shapiro on the impact of immigration on the wages of the American workers. Though this work is not specific to Mexican immigrants however, it provides a general overview of the impact of immigration on the economy. Empirical and Theoretical Evidence There are many studies which have either supported the role of immigrants in any economy or rejected their impact on the economy. Shapiro’s study suggest that less than 57% immigrants come from Mexico or Latin American countries therefore making Europe and Asia are the major areas from where the recent immigrants are migrant towards America. (Shapiro). ...
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