sábado, novembro 14, 2015

The Case for Free Trade and Restricted Immigration

por Hans Hermann Hoppe (PDF):
It is frequently maintained that “free trade” belongs to “free immigration” as “protectionism” does to “restricted immigration.” That is, the claim is made that while it is not impossible that someone might combine protectionism with free immigration, or free trade with restricted immigration, these positions are intellectually inconsistent, and thus erroneous ..
Appearances to the contrary notwithstanding, I will argue that this thesis and its implicit claim are fundamentally mistaken.
By demonstrating that free trade is inconsistent with (unconditionally or conditionally) free immigration, and that free trade requires instead that migration be subject to the condition of being invited and contractual, it is our hope to contribute to more enlightened future policies in this area.

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