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TitleForeign temporary workers in America : policies that benefit the U.S. economy / edited by B. Lindsay Lowell
Imprint Westport, Connecticut : Quorum Books, 1999
Descript vi, 285 pages : charts ; 22 cm

CONTENT

Temporary visas for work, study, and chltural exchange: introduction and summary -- Skilled temporary workers in the global economy: creating a balanced and forward-looking selection process -- Some thoughts on nonimmigrant student and worker programs -- Nonimigrant visa policy of the United States -- New high-tech braceros: who is the employer? what is the problem? -- Skill level and employer use of foreign specialty workers -- Nonimmigrant visa programs: problems and policy reforms -- California's farm labor market and immigration reform -- Policy analysis of foreign student visas -- Denial of doctoral opportunities for african Americans -- Foreign students in science and engineering Ph. D Programs: an alien invasion or Brain Gain? -- Limited duration admissions


Foreign workers -- Government policy -- United States United States -- Economic policy -- 1993-2001

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Central Library (5th Floor)331.620973 F714 1999CHECK SHELVES

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