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Closing out talented immigrants is hurting our economy (access required)

I recently signed on to an initiative spearheaded by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) addressed to our U.S. leaders in Washington, with more than 50 of my peer business school deans and CEOs. It also appeared in the Wall Street Journal in October. The gravity of this initiative compels me to share some excerpts ...

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