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Is America brain draining the third world? #8

United States Resettlement Program and the Green Card visa Lottery have helped hundreds of thousands of people from developing countries to settled here permanently. But there is growing debate among leaders of developing countries whether or not these programs are not a brain drain on the developing world especially Africa. This interpretive story will wegh in on the debate by looking at the demographics of resettle immigrants in the United States, where they work, and who benefit. To do this, three experts from three top American research instituions will be interviewed. What can be done to stop this labor migration to the developed world especially the United States? Who really is benefiting - America or the the developing countriest?.

Elizabeth Ferris
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies
Co-Director, The Brookings-Bern Project on Internal Displacement
communications@brookings.edu
Tel 202 797 6052

William Easterly
Faculty
Economics, Faculty of Arts & Science
Tel: (212) 992-8684
Fax: (212) 995-4186
william.easterly@nyu.edu

Dr. DanielnByman is the Director of Georgetown's Security Studies Program and the Center for Peace and Security Studies as well as an Associate Professor in the School of Foreign Service.
dlb32@georgetown.edu
202 687 4095

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