Immigration and the Future of Work
Cultural Vistas and The Miller Center present:
"Immigration and the Future of Work"
The presidential election of 2016 demonstrated that the issues of immigration, globalization, as well as the future of work and labor in the United States are tightly bound by contemporary American politics. This discussion will explore the relationship between immigration and labor in America by addressing questions such as:
• How does immigration impact the American economy and the labor market?
• What role do businesses play in managing what is increasingly seen by some as an immigration "crisis?"
• How does international talent, and specifically the Exchange Visitor Program, affect the job market for Americans? What are the benefits for American businesses? What are the costs?
• How does the future of such programs map over a complex and deeply divided American electorate—one that is preoccupied with employment, outsourcing, and the future of work in the United States?
Professor of Politics and Public Policy; Director, Global Policy Center
Miller Center, UVA
Former Deputy Secretary of Labor, President Barack Obama;
Miller Center, UVA
Government & Regulatory Affairs Executive
Nisha Biswal (Moderator)
President, U.S.-India Business Council
Your RSVP is kindly requested by Tuesday, January 29.
This event is being co-organized by the Miller Center and Cultural Vistas. Light refreshments will be provided.
About The Miller Center
The Miller Center is a nonpartisan affiliate of the University of Virginia that specializes in presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history and strives to apply the lessons of history and civil discourse to the nation's most pressing contemporary governance challenges. — Learn more at millercenter.org.
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About Cultural Vistas
Founded in 1963, Cultural Vistas is a nonprofit exchange organization promoting global understanding and collaboration among individuals and institutions. Our 30-plus exchange programs empower people to drive positive change in themselves, their organizations, and society. — Learn more at culturalvistas.org.
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