The New York Times’ David Brooks and Washington Post’s Ezra Klein in columns published today highlight findings from The Hamilton Project’s “Ten Economic Facts About Immigration”. In the Times, Brooks argues that immigration reform is the “best chance to increase America’s economic dynamism” and cites The Project’s finding that immigrants are 30% more likely to start a new business than U.S.-born citizens as evidence. In the Post, Klein highlights several Hamilton Project graphs, including one on the monthly business formation rates of immigrants and U.S.-born citizens and another that shows immigrants file patents at a higher rate that U.S.-born citizens. In addition to The Hamilton Project’s “Ten Economic Facts About Immigration,” Klein includes a Hamilton Project discussion paper, “Rationalizing U.S. Immigration Policy: Reforms for Simplicity, Fairness, and Economic Growth,” by economist Giovanni Peri of UC Davis as recommended reading. In his proposal, Peri offers an incremental, market-based approach to comprehensive reform. Peri proposes starting with market-based changes to employment-based visas to better link visas with labor-market demand.