Professor Petra Moser's research on immigrants' contributions to innovation is highlighted
— August 22, 2017
Excerpt from NPR -- "A 2013 study by Stanford economist Petra Moser showed that U.S. patents increased by 31 percent in the fields these scientists represented after their arrival. 'German Jewish émigrés had a huge effect on U.S. innovation,' Moser told an interviewer. 'They helped increase the quality of research by training a new generation of American scientists, who then became productive researchers in their own rights.'"