US High-Skilled Immigration in the Global Economy
Sarah Turner () and
William Kerr ()
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Chapters in this book:
- Introduction to "US High-Skilled Immigration in the Global Economy" , pp 1-4
- William Kerr and Sarah Turner
- Attracting Talent: Location Choices of Foreign-born PhDs in the United States , pp 5-38
- Jeffrey Grogger and Gordon Hanson
- Are Immigrants the Most Skilled U.S. Computer and Engineering Workers? , pp 39-77
- Jennifer Hunt
- Cognitive Mobility: Labor Market Responses to Supply Shocks in the Space of Ideas , pp 109-145
- George Borjas and Kirk Doran
- Skilled Immigration and the Employment Structures of U.S. Firms , pp 147-186
- Sari Pekkala Kerr, William Kerr and William Lincoln
- Recruitment of Foreigners in the Market for Computer Scientists in the United States , pp 187-223
- John Bound, Breno Braga, Joseph M. Golden and Gaurav Khanna
- Immigration and Ideas: What Did Russian Scientists "Bring" to the United States? , pp 257-288
- Ina Ganguli
- Collaborating with People Like Me: Ethnic Coauthorship within the United States , pp 289-318
- Richard Freeman and Wei Huang
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