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Next Brown Bag

Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Elizabeth Bruch

Biomedical lab training

Flows into the S & E workforce

12/15/2011 feature story

John Bound applies economic models to data from multiple sources to analyze the relationship between the availability of workers for S&E jobs in the U.S. and (1) university education here and abroad, (2) U.S. immigration policies, and (3) decisions made by U.S. students about S&E education and training.

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John Bound

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