High-Skilled Migration to the United States and Its Economic Consequences

Edited by Gordon H. Hanson, William R. Kerr, and Sarah Turner

High-Skilled Migration to the United States and Its Economic Consequences

Edited by Gordon H. Hanson, William R. Kerr, and Sarah Turner

272 pages | 1 halftone, 101 line drawings, 31 tables | 6 x 9 | © 2018
Cloth $130.00 ISBN: 9780226525525 Will Publish June 2018
E-book $130.00 ISBN: 9780226525662 Will Publish June 2018
Contents
Introduction
Gordon H. Hanson, William R. Kerr, and Sarah Turner
 
1. High-Skilled Immigration and the Comparative Advantage of Foreign-Born Workers across US Occupations
Gordon H. Hanson and Chen Liu
 
2. The Innovation Activities of Multinational Enterprises and the Demand for Skilled-Worker, Nonimmigrant Visas
Stephen Ross Yeaple
 
3. Digital Labor Markets and Global Talent Flows
John Horton, William R. Kerr, and Christopher Stanton
 
4. Understanding the Economic Impact of the H-1B Program on the United States
John Bound, Gaurav Khanna, and Nicolas Morales
 
5. High-Skilled Immigration, STEM Employment, and Nonroutine-Biased Technical Change
Nir Jaimovich and Henry E. Siu
 
6. Firm Dynamics and Immigration: The Case of High-Skilled Immigration
Michael E. Waugh
 
Contributors
Author Index
Subject Index
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