Inventing with the Enemy? U.S. Policy toward Chinese and Indian Human Capital
While much scholarship has studied trade between political rivals, collaboration in the realm of technological innovation remains largely unexplored. This paper seeks to explain variation in U.S. openness to collaboration with China and India in this sphere, focusing on an understudied aspect of foreign economic policy: immigration. A growing number of highly-educated scientists, engineers, programmers, and graduate students travel between the U.S. and China and India every year, resulting in...[Show more]
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