Nassau profs debate immigration reform, Walmart and more

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On April 24, a “Business in America Day” was held at Nassau Community College. Presentations were made during the day long seminar to over 300 students.
The presentations covered the topics of, “Is Immigration Good for American Business?,” “Is Walmart Good for America?” and “Careers in Accounting, Business, Marketing, Franchising, Human Resources and Sport Management.”
Pictured are the professors who made presentations.  From left to right, Professor DeJoseph, Professor Levine, Professor DeSpagna, Professor Mandel, Professor Gray and Professor Gordon.

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  1. An Atlantic Monthly article that shows that most economists’ thinking that an increased influx of immigrants provides more jobs for Americans is FALSE and does harm jobs for US workers and the economy:
    The Conscience Of A Liberal–Paul Krugman

    “First, the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small.”
    ” But as Mr. Hanson explains in his paper, reasonable calculations suggest that we’re talking about very small numbers, perhaps as little as 0.1 percent of GDP.

    “My second negative point is that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand…

    “Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. ”

    Also, it is patently untrue that “immigrants” are the solution to low rate of start-ups:

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