4 Selfish Reasons to Take in Syrians

11/30/2015 - Economics Professor Giovanni Peri in The Huffington Post.

Giovanni Peri of UC Davis teamed up with Mette Foged of the University of Copenhagen to study the effect of 80,000 Iraqi, Bosnian, and Somalian refugees in Denmark. They found that the less-skilled refugees "pushed the less educated native workers to pursue more complex and less manual-intensive occupations." Areas with refugees saw faster wage growth than areas without them.

Read the full story in The Huffington Post.