Immigrant capital: A new economic base
We are inundated with stories about the costs and burdens of immigrants. This is a myopic view as it focuses only on fiscal costs. What's missing is a larger picture of how immigrants interact in our economy -- as entrepreneurs, consumers, workers, human capital, civic capital, fiscal capital, cultural capital and global capital. I call this immigrant capital.
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