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Dartmouth-Stanford study on economic impact of border wall finds high costs and few benefits to US

19:00 EST 18 Nov 2018 | AAAS

(Dartmouth College) A new Dartmouth-Stanford study examining the economic impact of a border wall expansion between the US and Mexico between 2007 to 2010 finds that the expansion minimally reduced unauthorized Mexican migration and was largely harmful to US workers. Despite construction costs of the wall of $2.3 billion, the study found that the border wall expansion harmed college educated US workers by $4.35 per person and only benefited less educated U.S. workers by an average of 36 cents.

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