Norm Matloff's H-1B and Offshoring Web Page
Some of Professor Norm Matloff's Writings on H-1B and Offshoring
(Note: Each of these articles was written at the invitation of the
- My 2017 Huffington Post op-ed.
- My 2013
EPI paper. Also
op-ed (unfortunate title, not of my choosing).
paper in the academic journal Migration Letters.
- Here is
another Bloomberg piece by me, urging Congress to NOT scapegoat the
Indian firms; abuse of H-1B pervades the entire industry.
- Here is my 2013
- My 2012 academic paper on the subject is available
- I published an extensive academic paper
on the H-1B/L-1 issue in 2003 in the University of Michigan
Journal of Law Reform. At 100 pages and 300+ footnotes, this is the
most extensive study ever published on this topic. Click here to download the paper.
- Another article was the relation of H-1B to age
discrimination in the computer industry, published in 2006 in the
California Labor and Employment Law Review, a publication of the
California State Bar Association. Many people, even critics of the H-1B
program, are unaware of the fact that one of the primary reasons
employers like H-1B is that it broadens the young segment of the labor
pool, enabling employers to avoid hiring the 45-year-old, or for that
matter, 35-year-old, programmers and engineers.
Click here to download the article.
- See also my 2004 article on the impact of offshoring
on U.S. IT workers, in the CACM, the flagship journal of the
world's main computer science professional society. Also, see my 2005 advice to firms regarding offshoring, in the
journal IT Professional of IEEE, the world's main electrical
engineering professional society.