Immigration economist to speak at Bloomsburg University

BLOOMSBURG − If you’re looking to learn more about economics, why not learn from a professional? Dr. George J. Borjas, the Robert W. Scrivner professor of economics and social policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, is speaking at Bloomsburg University on Thursday, October 26.

Borjas, an immigrant who came from Havana, Cuba and came to the U.S. in 1962, and plans to incorporate all sides of the political immigration discussion. His research focuses on the economic impact of immigration and it’s crucial role in the debate over immigration policy in the U.S.   The talk is October 26, at 12:30 p.m. in Carver Hall’s Kenneth S. Gross Auditorium.

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