Month: May 2012

The Myth of “Self-Deportation”

How Behavioral Economics Reveals the Fallacies behind “Attrition through Enforcement”. By Alexandra Filindra, Ph.D. The concept of “self-deportation” rests on a deceptively simple premise. According to its supporters, if the federal government invests more in enforcing immigration laws, and if states and localities take on additional immigration control responsibilities, the…
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