If everyone who wanted to migrate were able to do so, global GDP would double, estimates one expert
Simply by moving from a poor country to a rich one, migrants become dramatically more productive
If everyone who wanted to migrate were able to do so, global GDP would double, estimates one expert
The share of the world's population who are migrants is 3.5%, and has barely budged in 70 years
“To make the world richer, let people move” A major new special report by on who is moving, where, and why —>
If everyone who wanted to migrate were able to do so, global GDP would double, estimates one expert
The world needs more migration. Potential gains vastly outweigh the costs
"Migration: To make the world richer, let people move. A Gallup poll suggests that 750m people—15% of the world’s adults—want to settle permanently abroad. That includes 33% of sub-Saharan Africans".
“If everyone who wanted to migrate were able to do so, global gdp would double, estimates ⁦⁩ of ⁦⁩... No other policy change comes close to generating such colossal rewards” via ⁦
The simplest way to make the world richer would be to allow more migration. My special report in this week's
"The most common surnames for founders of new firms in Italy were Hu, Chen and Singh, with Rossi a distant fourth" An informative special report on #migration with several articles in this week's edition of
“Few migration-sceptics can cite concrete harm that a foreigner has done to them. But nationalists around the world constantly swap anecdotes, some of them true, that reinforce their fears.”
Migration: To make the world richer, let people move The whole special report on immigration in this week's is a must-read. For everyone with an open mind -- or aspiring to an open mind.
Safe migration isn’t just right. It’s stupid