The economic case for immigration reform – Meeker slides

Posted on June 2, 2013


A few weeks back I wrote very personally about issues around immigration – including my own. That piece, although I made no attempt to be concise, still didn’t say much about the economic lunacy of illogical immigration caps.

Well, it turns out someone else has made that case much better than I ever could. Mary Meeker is known for her insight into mobile and internet trends but below, with colleague Liang Wu, she talks about immigration.

Sure, it is mainly with technology and the US in mind, which you might expect from someone at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers. But the points are well made.

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