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Should the US have locked heaven's door? Reassessing the benefits of postwar immigration

Bibliographic reference Chojnicki, Xavier ; Docquier, Frédéric ; Ragot, Lionel. Should the US have locked heaven's door? Reassessing the benefits of postwar immigration. In: Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 24, no. 1, p. 317-359 (2011)
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