Mar 13, 2017 // Cites the paper, “The Contributions to America of Skilled Immigrant Workers,” by Dean Matthew Slaughter that discusses the real, tangible cost to the U.S. economy of allocating fewer skilled-immigrant visas than companies need.
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Mar 12, 2017 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter about how many of the cuts the Trump administration will propose would impact what he sees as investments in the United States’ future—such as health research, transportation projects, and training programs.
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Feb 28, 2017 // As a guest on Marketplace, Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses concerns about the U.S. breaking away from the World Trade Organization.
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Feb 21, 2017 // As a guest on “Bloomberg Markets,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses President Donald Trump's approach to economic analysis and potential changes to how U.S. trade data is reported. Watch on Bloomberg.
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Feb 07, 2017 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter about how there is “tension” between Mr. Trump’s goals on fiscal policy and trade. “The desire for fiscal expansion…will tend to increase the trade deficit’s overall size, not reduce it,” says Slaughter.
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Feb 23, 2017 // As a guest on "All Things Considered," Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses President Trump’s inaugural address. Trump’s remarks suggest he’ll break from the tradition of taking a broad view of U.S. national interests. "There was clearly enlightened self-interest. It was to help make our country more secure, and it was to
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Jan 12, 2017 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about how robots are coming, but the implementation of automation in the workplace will displace jobs more gradually than forecasts suggest. "We have more time than we think to adjust to the world that technology makes possible," says Slaughter.
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Jan 02, 2017 // As a guest on "Here and Now," Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the power the president has to move markets.
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Dec 29, 2016 // Includes Dean Matthew Slaughter in a roundup of resolutions made by business school deans.
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Dec 19, 2016 // An opinion piece by Dean Matthew Slaughter about how President-elect Donald Trump's assumption that immigrants damage, rather than enhance, the prospects for U.S. workers couldn't be further from the truth.
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Dec 15, 2016 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about how President-elect Donald Trump has been accusing China of being a currency manipulator—and while nations have the legal monopoly power to create money to achieve special policy goals such as price stability or full employment, to call it manipulation may not be accura
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Nov 30, 2016 // As a guest on NHPR’s “The Exchange,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the implications of possible Trump administration trade policies for U.S. workers, international trading partners, and the economy.
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Nov 30, 2016 // Cites the paper, “High-Skilled Immigration and the Rise of STEM Occupations in U.S. Employment,” co-authored by Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article challenging the narrative that visas let foreigners take Americans’ jobs at lower wages.
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Nov 16, 2016 // Dean Matthew Slaughter is quoted in an article about the true cost of a business degree, including opportunity cost for those who may be changing sectors.
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Nov 09, 2016 // As a guest on Marketplace, Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses how trade policies in America may shift amidst the outcome of the presidential election.
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Nov 01, 2016 // As a guest on WNYC’s “The Takeaway,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the topic of international trade and its effect on voters in the upcoming presidential election.
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Oct 15, 2016 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article comparing the benefits of specialist masters degrees and online education to that of the traditional MBA program.
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Sep 21, 2016 // Are foreign workers coming to United States to steal the best jobs from hard-working Americans? Absolutely — and new research shows it’s quite good for the country.
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Aug 25, 2016 // According to research by Matthew J. Slaughter for the Business Roundtable and U.S. Council for International Business, more than 28 million Americans were employed at multinationals.
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Aug 06, 2016 // Donald Trump is going to fix 'em right up. Apple? Make your damned cell phones in the US.
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