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Natasha T. Duncan

Natasha T. Duncan is an assistant professor of Political Science at Mercyhurst College. Her current research focuses on international migration, specifically the political economy of labor migration policies, the impact of these policies on international labor migration flows, and the relationship between emigration and political stability in sending countries. She also does work on integration and naturalization, particularly in the United States' context. She has authored and co-authored articles and a book chapter on migration, democratic sustainability in the Caribbean, media and terrorism, and the political psychology of commitments. She teaches courses in international relations and comparative politics, especially in the areas of international political economy and Latin American and Caribbean politics. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Duncan earned her BA in 2003 at Brooklyn College, CUNY. She earned her MA and PhD in 2006 and 2010, respectively, from Purdue University in the Department of Political Science.

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Immigration Policymaking in the Global Era
In Pursuit of Global Talent

Palgrave Macmillan
The spread of the immigration points system worldwide shows that policymaking is multidimensional and interdependent. This book examines states' pursuit of...
Natasha T. Duncan

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