Category: Patricia Cortes

A Conundrum for Saudis: Women at Work

November 30th, 2014 in 2014, New York Times, Newsmakers, Patricia Cortes, School of Law 0 comments

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Claudia Goldin, a Harvard professor, is not just an expert on working women. As one of the nation’s most prominent economists, she also exemplifies the growing stature and independence of women in American society…

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“Changes in the labor market pushed changes in norms or beliefs.”

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Low-Wage Workers Will Benefit From Immigration Reform, Too

April 29th, 2013 in 2013, Newsmakers, Patricia Cortes, School of Management, The New Republic 0 comments

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In a recent article, John Judis makes many excellent points about poorly compensated work in America…

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Why More Immigration, Not Less, Is Key to U.S. Economic Growth

October 28th, 2012 in 2012, Business Week, Newsmakers, Patricia Cortes, School of Management 0 comments

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For those in favor of immigration reform, it might have been a relief that the presidential candidates spent more time describing how workers overseas are stealing American jobs than they did accusing foreign workers of stealing jobs right here in the U.S.A…

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The Vital Importance of Immigration Policy to Enrich the World

June 14th, 2012 in 2012, Newsmakers, Patricia Cortes, School of Management 0 comments

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Economist David Henderson writes at The Freeman about the vital importance of liberalizing immigration policy to make a richer, better world…

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