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Natasha Iskander, Assistant Professor of Public Policy at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service, conducts research on labor migration and its relationship to economic development; labor mobilization and its relationship to workforce development; and processes of institutional innovation and organizational learning. Her work examines how the dislocations caused by migration provide opportunities for knowledge creation and economic development.
- The Politics of Skill: Rethinking the Value of “Low Skilled” Immigrant Workers (IPC Perspectives, March 2012)
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