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Friday, September 14, 2012

Immigration & Entrepreneurship: An Interdisciplinary Conference

The United States has long been an immigrant society as well as an entrepreneurial society. This is no coincidence: immigrants launch new enterprises and invent new technologies at rates much higher than native-born Americans. As the volume of in-migration again approaches that of the "new immigration" at the turn of the twentieth century, it is time to measure how immigrants have shaped the American economy in the past and how immigration policy reform has fostered the transformation of business and economic life in the United States. {Will appear in FYI on Sep 11, 2012
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1505, 1511
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Van Munching
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Katarina Keane Center for the History of the New America +1 301 405 4305

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