NASC Colloquium: Intended and Unintended Consequences of H-1B Quota Reductions
Chad Sparber, Department of Economics, will present. The H-1B program allows skilled foreign-born individuals to work in the United States. Most of these individuals work in STEM occupations. The program, therefore, is of central importance to STEM students, faculty, and employers. This talk will describe details of the H-1B program, the economic effects of H-1B labor, and the consequences of reducing the number of H-1B workers entering the country.
Friday, November 9 at 3:30pm
Ho Science Center, 101
1819 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA