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STEM workers, H-1B visas, and productivity in US cities
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (S1), S225-S255, 2015
5042015
Do human capital decisions respond to the returns to education? Evidence from DACA
E Kuka, N Shenhav, K Shih
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (1), 293-324, 2020
812020
The effect of the H-1B quota on the employment and selection of foreign-born labor
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
European Economic Review 108, 105-128, 2018
792018
Labor market openness, h‐1b visa policy, and the scale of international student enrollment in the United States
K Shih
Economic Inquiry 54 (1), 121-138, 2016
772016
Do international students crowd-out or cross-subsidize Americans in higher education?
K Shih
Journal of Public Economics 156, 170-184, 2017
722017
Foreign STEM workers and native wages and employment in US cities
G Peri, KY Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
702014
Foreign and Native Skilled Workers: What Can We Learn from H-1B Lotteries?
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
502015
Foreign peer effects and STEM major choice
M Anelli, K Shih, K Williams
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2017
332017
Trade liberalization and Chinese students in US higher education
G Khanna, KY Shih, A Weinberger, M Xu, M Yu
Center for Global Development, 2020
182020
Coping with H-1B Shortages: Firm Performance and Mitigation Strategies
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, KY Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
162020
A reason to wait: The effect of legal status on teen pregnancy
E Kuka, N Shenhav, K Shih
AEA Papers and Proceedings 109, 213-217, 2019
122019
The effects of foreign skilled workers on natives: Evidence from the H-1B visa lottery
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
University of California Davis Working Papers, 2014
122014
The impact of international students on US graduate education
K Shih
Available at SSRN 2832996, 2016
92016
How highly educated immigrants raise native wages
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
Center for Economic Policy Research, 2014
92014
Closing Economic Windows: How H-1B Visa Denials Cost US-Born Tech Workers Jobs and Wages During the Great Recession
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber, A Marek-Zeitlin
The Partnership for a New American Economy, 2014
92014
Labor market openness
K Shih
H-1B Visa Policy, and the Scale of, 2016
82016
STEM workers
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
H1B Visas and Productivity in US Cities, 2013
82013
Foreign scientists and engineers and economic growth in Canadian labor markets
G Peri, K Shih
The Economics of Cultural Diversity, 358-383, 2015
72015
New data and facts on H-1B workers across firms
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
The roles of immigrants and foreign students in US science, innovation, and …, 2018
62018
Foreign scientists and engineers and economic growth
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
Cato Papers on Pub. Pol'y 3, 107, 2013
62013
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