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Tino Sanandaji is an economist currently working as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Chicago. He blogs at Super-Economy. He has opposed open borders in some of his writings and critiqued both the theoretical and empirical arguments offered in favor of open borders. Some of his writings that have been referenced on this website are listed below.
- Open borders and the Welfare State, referenced and quoted at the second-class residents page and also referenced at the political externalities page.
- Ethnic Diversity and the Size of Government, referenced at the political externalities page.See also Bryan Caplan’s reply at Ethnic Diversity and the Size of Government: A Belated Reply to Sanandaji.