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This sensible (& devastating) review in Foreign Affairs is all you need to read to understand why this book is not up to Collier's past work. [...]Published 6 months ago by Moss
It is encouraging to see such a contentious and emotionally fraught issue broken down into a serious empirical discussion. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gregory
I'd recommend this book to anyone seriously concerned with our
failure to articulate a coherent immigration policy. It's tough
sledding in parts, but very instructive.
Collier provides an overview of current migration in an accessible framework. He masterfully outlines the various impacts of migration and objectively weighs the benefits and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joseph R.
Exodus was difficult for me to read because the author, Paul Collier, advocates such radical ideas. I am blessed to live in the United States and not in the sinking European Union,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Modeh B'Miktzat
Dr. Collier attempts to expand the reader's mind by starting off with an overarching theoretical framework and then breaking it down piecemeal to help guide the reader along. Read morePublished 9 months ago by kazper
I was expecting a perspective on immigration that was not simply a repetition of "immigration in a knowledge based economy". Read morePublished 10 months ago by CG
The book is well researched and well written.
Much of the language is dense.
Anyone interested in international demographics and their economic significance would benefit... Read more
This is a scholarly read and can therefore be a slow read bogged down with numbers and statistics. Dr Collier's thinking is that migration is primarily for economic reasons (and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by CGScammell