Why not open America's doors to all the world's talent?
from Harvard Business School
The talented people of this planet "are the world’s most precious resource," writes William Kerr in his recent book. They are highly mobile, benefit from association with other talented people, and are "shaped by the environment" that surrounds them, hence they tend to congregate in a few places. They are much sought after — but also associated by some with the inequality that exists in our society, fomenting discontent and even rage.
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