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Grace Choi

Grace Choi

Former Research Intern

Grace Choi, an American citizen born in South Korea, joined Bruegel for the summer of 2015 as a research intern.

She worked primarily with EU and US immigration policy and US immigration data.

Grace is a Bachelor of Arts candidate at Stanford University. She speaks English and Korean and has a good knowledge of Spanish.

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Grace Choi
Portraits Bruegel staff 2014

EU immigration to the US: where is it coming from, and is brain drain real?

In today’s world of ever-increasing mobility, who is leaving Europe? In this piece, we examine the immigrants leaving the EU for the US. How many and how skilled are these immigrants? Is there evidence of brain drain?

By: Grace Choi and Reinhilde Veugelers Topic: Global Economics & Governance Date: September 16, 2015
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Grace Choi
Portraits Bruegel staff 2014

Europe’s true immigration capacity: what we can learn from the US green card system

As masses of immigrants arrive at our doorstep each day, only to be denied entry, we cannot help but ask ourselves if the EU is doing enough. How many immigrants can the EU really afford to accept? And more importantly, shouldn’t immigrants be granted permanent residence instead of temporary asylum?

By: Grace Choi and Reinhilde Veugelers Topic: Global Economics & Governance Date: September 10, 2015