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Event at Princeton University December 7th, 8th.
Immigration Voice has been invited to speak at a symposium held by the Policy Rresearch Iinstitute at the Princeton University (and Harvard and U.Penn) on the topic of Highly skilled immigrants from India and China.
Its a 2 event, admissions are free.
Immigration Voice will be speaking at this event on Friday, 8th on the topic of Immigration policy and its effect on movement of knowledge workers within US(among employers) as well as to and from USA.
The Impact of High Skill Labor Flows from India and China
~A CONVERSATION ACROSS CONTINENTS~
December 7 & 8, 2006
The Policy Research Institute for the Region at Princeton UniversityThe World Bank
The Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program
The Center for the Advanced Study of India at the University of Pennsylvania
The Global Development Learning Network (GDLN)
To better understand the growing role of internationally mobile human capital on local and global politics and economies, this symposium will bring leading scholars, policymakers and business leaders from around the world to examine the circulation of high-skilled ("knowledge") workers from India and China to and from the New Jersey-Pennsylvania-New York region, and its impact on the source countries and the receiving region.
The symposium will be held at Princeton University and composed of two sessions:
Session 1 (7 to 10 am, EST on Thursday, December 7) will examine how the flow of knowledge workers affects India and China, primary source countries for the migration. The focus will be on the impact of the Indian and Chinese Diaspora and returnees on the economies of India and China. The research presentations will be at Princeton and the discussion about them will be held live, via video-conference, with leading figures in the field in both New Delhi, India and Shanghai, China.
Session 2 (9 am to 4 pm, EST on Friday, December 8) will tackle the economic and political impact of the flow of knowledge workers on the New Jersey-Pennsylvania-New York region. Discussions will also deal with how federal and regional immigration policies affect the movement of knowledge workers to and from the US and among employers here.
To RSVP and for more information, visit http://region.princeton.edu/conference_40.html.
Registration is free and breakfast and lunch will be provided.
With questions, contact Udai Tambar, Assistant Director of the Policy Research Institute for the Region, at 609.258.8909 or email@example.com
It is also a great opportunity for local members to meet IV core members and kickstart the NJ, NY chapter activities. Pls try to make it to the event.
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