THE GIFT OF GLOBAL TALENT: How Migration Shapes Business, Economy & Society.
Edition: First printing.
Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, (2018) dj. Hardcover first edition - A book which combines insights from business practices, government policies and individual decision-making. "Talented individuals migrate much more frequently than the general population, and the United States has received exceptional inflows of human capital. This foreign talent has transformed U.S. science and engineering, reshaped the economy, and influenced society at large. . . . [this ranges from] joyous celebrations at the Nobel Prize ceremony to angry airport protests against the Trump administration's travel ban. It explores why talented migration drives the knowledge economy, describes how universities and firms govern skilled admissions, explains the controversies of the H-1B visa used by firms like Google and Apple, and discusses the economic inequalities and superstar firms that global talent flows produce." Extensive notes, index. xiv, 237 pp. ISBN: 978-1503605022.
Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)