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Professor Petra Moser's joint research on the economic effects stemming from the US' national immigration quota system of the 1920s is featured

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Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "Moser has also researched the inverse of this phenomenon: restrictive immigration quotas, set in the 1920s, that kept out Eastern and Southern European scientists. Fields these scientists worked in recorded substantially less innovation — primarily because keeping out the foreign-born scientists made native-born ones less innovative."

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