Twenty years ago, renowned researcher AnnaLee Saxenian wrote a book called Regional Advantage, which compared the development of two high-tech regions, Silicon Valley and Route 128. Everyone in the tech world knows how this story played out: In the ... Xconomy, 1 month ago
No Innovation Without Migration: Most Migrants Only Proceed a Short Distance, and Toward Centers of Absorption
Long-distance migration is the exception. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Long-distance migration is remarkable, the exception to the rule ( an actual law of migration ). Why are large, dense cities typically centers of innovation and ...Pacific Standard, 1 week ago
Engineering graduates from Osmania University are proving to be more successful than IITians in the Silicon Valley, says a survey by professors of various US varsities. The study revealed that people who graduated from smaller institutions like ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
This report uses a new database on foreign student visa approvals from 2001 to 2012 to analyze their distribution in the United States, finding that: The number of foreign students on F-1 visas in U.S. colleges and universities grew ...Brookings Institution, 3 weeks ago
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