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A roadmap for immigration reform: identifying weak links in the labor supply chain

The authors of this report begin by describing the current U.S. labor market context, noting the important distortions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and their relationship to the immigrant workforce. They also present their detailed framework - the Occupational Opportunity Network, and offer some practical...
Interactive resource

Tracking regulatory changes in the Biden era

The Brookings Center on Regulation and Markets Regulatory Tracker (“Reg Tracker”) provides background information and status updates on a curated selection of particularly important regulatory changes.
Working paper

Work and meaning in the age of AI

It is often said that work is not only a source of income, but also of meaning. In this paper, the author explores the theoretical and empirical literature that addresses the relationship between work and meaning. The author explores the challenge that the age of...
Briefing paper

China and the challenge to global order

The authors of this paper argue that while China poses a modest security threat to the United States, it does pose a major challenge to the overall global economic and political order.

Key tensions in refugee education

Globally, education is in crisis, with steep inequities, low learning outcomes, irrelevant content and ineffective learning and teaching strategies in many settings. This paper is intended for refugee education donors, policy-makers and implementers, and aims to inform policy dialogue.

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