Johan Norberg’s latest book in Swedish is Migrationens kraft (The Power of Migration), co-written with Fredrik Segerfeldt and published by Hydra. It presents the case for open borders, outlining a moral defense for the freedom of movement, while at the same time explaining how it can benefit both the migrant, the country he leaves and the country he moves to. It also explains how labor market regulation often hurts that process.
In Dagens Nyheter, renowned author and journalist Lena Andersson use Norberg’s and Segerfeldt’s book to defend open immigration.
Migrationens kraft can be ordered here.
Read more about the book in Dagens Nyheter’s editorial here.