Part 1.) Let's Discuss Immigrants: Are Immigrants Good, Bad, or Neither? and Should There Be More or Less?
My Professor prompted our class to write a response on the economics of immigrant labor, with the criteria that all points made in the response be based on or supported by legitimate and long-term economic facts.
I plan to post my response on this blog, but I wanted to give readers a chance to participate along in the discussion, because we can discuss on a massive scale, being that we are only limited by the size of the internet.
Here is the assignment prompt the Professor wrote to the class. I will cite my Professor's name after I finish this semester.
Discussion Prompt by Prof.
There has been much talk in the popular press about immigration thanks to Donald Trump. There are a group of Americans that want to stop immigration in America while another group of Americans understand that the U.S. is a country of immigrants that pooled their talents in order to make life better.
As you may remember from Econ 101, the four economic resources are land, capital, labor, and entrepreneurial ability. This discussion topic will deal with labor.