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Ken Schoolland (Wikipedia page, faculty information page) is a libertarian and currently an Associate Professor of Economics at Hawaii Pacific University. He has advocated for open borders both in a US-specific context and based on general libertarian principles. Some of his writings are listed below:
- Why Open Immigration?, aspeech delivered at the world conference of the International Society for Individual Liberty (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – July 29, 2002).
- Economic Freedom of the World and Migration, a conference paper where Schoolland argues that migration should be part of the Economic Freedom of the World index.
- Courage, Fear and Immigration: The Significance of Welcoming Newcomers in a Free Economy, the Julian Simon Memorial Lecture delivered by Schoolland at the Liberty Institute, New Delhi, in January 2005.
Video of an interview with Schoolland at ALF 2013: