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Philippe Legrain studied econonmics and international politics at LSE. Until recently he was special adviser to the DG of the WTO. He was trade and economics correspondent for THE ECONOMIST and has written for a large number of the respected newspapers and periodicals.
'The case for immigration ... is grounded in hard economic fact, as Philippe Legrain shows in IMMIGRANTS - a passionate and cogent plea for liberalising migration' FINANCIAL TIMES Energetic and right-minded ... In all important respects Legrain is right on target; one turns his pages to the almost audible sound of nails being smacked on the head. In the context of the fearful chatter that surrounds the subject, sense as good as this needs cherishing' GUARDIAN 'A passionate, enormously detailed plea ... He provides plenty of material to dispose of ill-informed predjudice' MAIL ON SUNDAY 'Full of striking information and thought-provoking statistics ... A vigorous and stimulating contribution to one of the most important debates of our time' SUNDAY BUSINESS POST 'A timely and important contribution to one of today's most emotive debates.' GLASGOW HERALD