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Policy Analysis

Reforming Immigration: Helping Meet America’s Need for a Skilled Workforce

In this report, CED calls for reform in four categories: broadening the skill base of immigrants, restructuring the administration of immigration, rationalizing the admission of permanent and temporary workers, and creating mechanisms for flexible policies.

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Date Published
March 21, 2001

Author
Bruce K. MacLaury
President Emeritus, The Brookings Institution

Pat W. Gross
Chairman, The Lovell Group

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