Trade and Immigration


Mercatus research helps the public and policymakers understand the benefits of an economy free from protectionist barriers against the international movement of goods, services, capital, ideas, and people. Scholars study the effects of international trade, foreign investment, and immigration on the well-being of American households and the nation’s economy.

Read Don Boudreaux's latest work on trade, immigration, and more at Cafe Hayek and keep up with Dan Griswold's most recent thoughts on trade at Mad About Trade.

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