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Jeffery David Whippo Explains that Open Borders Can Lead to Infrastructure Deficit in a Country

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Jeffery David Whippo Explains that Open Borders Can Lead to Infrastructure Deficit in a Country

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Jeffery David Whippo shares his views on the effect of open borders on infrastructure. The availability of open borders creates an increase in domestic production, creating more profit that work to help the economy. However, it can lead to infrastructure deficit in a country.

Jeffery David Whippo shares his views on the effect of open borders on infrastructure. The availability of open borders creates an increase in domestic production, creating more profit that work to help the economy. However, it can lead to infrastructure deficit in a country.

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Jeffery David Whippo Explains that Open Borders Can Lead to Infrastructure Deficit in a Country

  1. 1. Jeffery David Whippo Explains that Open Borders Can Lead to Infrastructure Deficit in a Country Jeffery David Whippo shares his views on the effect of open borders on infrastructure. The availability of open borders creates an increase in domestic production, creating more profit that work to help the economy. Indeed, free immigration is good for a country’s economy. It could provide immigrants a higher standard of living while offering developed nations higher returns on capital and land, which could compensate for any decline in wages. However, it can lead to infrastructure deficit in a country. Thus, controlled borders can ensure that new immigrants can afford the suitable housing without disadvantaging the existing local population. Due to its detrimental effect on infrastructure, the philosophy of open borders is considered wrong. Adding more to its disadvantages, apart from infrastructure, availability of open borders could increase competition for available employment opportunities and could create over population problems. The added competition for open jobs could reduce the opportunities for people in their home country. Furthermore, it could also cause families to split up in order to support themselves, creating homeland gaps in availability that could lower the quality of services available. Overall, Jeffery D Whippo shares that the pros and cons of open borders depend on what each country and community require for growth. If one can make efforts to control the adverse components of the approach, there is a possibility that the positives may be worth the risk on a more global perspective.

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