DATE: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
PLACE: Senate Salon, Student Center
TIME: 6:00 PM (Reception at 5:30 PM)
Immigration continues to be a flashpoint in the public policies of developed countries. As the United States grapples with revising its immigration policies, we convene a distinguished panel of experts to consider possible changes to current policies and what might justify them.
Our distinguished speakers are:
Richard Freeman (Harvard University) : “One World in What Matters: International
Students, Immigration, and the Spread of Knowledge”
Christopher Wellman (University of Washington in St. Louis) : “The Right to Exclude”
Our commentators are:
Andy Altman (GSU)
Barry Hirsch (GSU)
Paula Stephan (GSU)
Madeline Zavodny (Agnes Scott College)
Please join us for a reception beginning at 5:30, with the symposium beginning at 6 PM. Contact Andrew I. Cohen with further questions at aicohen[at]gsu[dot]edu, or 404-413-6111. Free and open to the public. Cosponsored by the The Department of Economics of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, The Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, and the Department of Philosophy.