Brookings Mountain West
President Obama's speech in Las Vegas last month kicked off Congressional debates on immigration policy. While border security and illegal immigration are still high profile and thorny issues, slow economic growth following the Great Recession has helped to shift the focus to how the United States can change policy to better suit economic needs. Where do immigrants fit into the labor force, how can they fit better, and what is the likely shape of future policy changes?
Emigration and immigration – Government policy; Labor policy; Obama; Barack; United States
Economic Policy | Immigration Law | Law | Law and Politics
Immigrant Workers, Human Capital Investment and the Shape of Immigration Reform.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/brookings_lectures_events/48
Greenspun Hall, UNLV Campus
Video File size: 170 megabytes
Attached file: 21 PowerPoint slides