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  • Chapter 22 describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States; discuss why economists view economic immigration as a personal human capital investment; explain how immigration affects average wages, resource allocation, domestic output, and group income shares; relate how illegal immigration affects employment and wages in low-wage labor markets and impacts state and local budgets; demonstrate how economics can inform current immigration discussions and attempts to reform immigration laws.

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  • After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States; discuss why economists view economic immigration as a personal human capital investment; explain how immigration affects average wages, resource allocation, domestic output, and group income shares; relate how illegal immigration affects employment and wages in low-wage labor markets and impacts state and local budgets; demonstrate how economics can inform current immigration discussions and attempts to reform immigration laws.

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  • The 20th century saw rapid technological change that enhanced productivity, created new industries, and increased demand for skilled labor. 1 The core of our economy shifted first from agriculture to manufacturing and then from manufacturing to services. 2 In recent decades, increasing specialization and trade have blurred the lines between the domestic and global economies. In many industries, globalization has increased competition for jobs as workers around the world participate in the constant flow of goods, services and information.

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  • Microfinance International Corporation (MFIC). Since 2006 MFIC, a US-based financial services corporation, has partnered with microfinance lenders and remittance transaction operators in El Salvador, Guatemala, and the Plurinational State of Bolivia to provide transnational mortgage loans to immigrants in the United States and Spain. MFIC links remittances to housing microfinance. Partnering with two microfinance institutions (MFIs) — Apoyo Integral de S.V. and Sociedad Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito (AMC) — MFIC launched a pilot program in El Salvador in September 2006.

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  • The crisis can, however, magnify the competitive advantage of research-intense firms who seize the opportunity to reinforce market leadership through increased spending on innovation and R&D. Many of today’s leading firms such as Microsoft or Nokia were born or transformed in the “creative destruction” of economic downturns. And several of today's leading technology firms such as Samsung Electronics, or Google strongly increased their R&D expenditures during and after the “new economy” bust of 2001. ...

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  • In 1996 the debate regarding the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act centered on the necessity to screen foreigneducated health care professionals seeking employment in the United States. The focused and controversial discussion also raised cogent points regarding the qualifications of an entity to perform such an assessment. Based on its established track record in providing credentialing services to a variety of health occupations, CGFNS International was named in the Act to provide health professions screening when the law passed.

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  • A new problem in 2008, “Undocumented Workers (Illegal Aliens)” ranks 70th and is a critical issue for 11 percent of small business owners. Despite strong and diverse opinions on this issue and the extensive press coverage on it, undocumented workers are not a top-of- the-line issue for small business people in their business ownership capacity. The principle reason for concern is the problems that arise from unfair competition by those hiring illegal immigrants. Such competition apparently is not a pressing issue for many.

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  • This study was conducted within RAND’s Public Safety and Justice program. RAND Public Safety and Justice conducts research and analysis that helps inform policymakers and communities in the areas of public safety, including law enforcement, terrorism preparedness, immigration, emergency response and management, and natural disasters; criminal justice, including sentencing and corrections policy, firearms, and community violence; and drug policy, which focuses on problems related to illegal drugs and substance abuse....

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