Slowing or stopping the pace of immigration will ultimately slow labor force growth and, in turn, economic output growth.

Christopher Thornberg, Ph.D. adjunct professor, economist and director of SoBA, on President Donald Trump's immigration policies and the labor force

US NEWS

We see this as a strategy to use land for solar energy while simultaneously using it for agriculture.

Jeff Kaplan, associate vice chancellor, on a new greenhouse UCR is building with a solar powered roof, to save on energy and foster plant growth

THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE

Such a lifestyle more likely happens in a tight-knit ethnic enclave where more people know each other or where more people exist in an informal economy.

Karthick Ramakrishnan, professor of political science, on the impact of the Asian American room rental phenomenon fostering an underground economy

THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

 

 

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