GMAC has developed a comprehensive report that examines the role of immigration in the economic development and growth of global economies. The report analyzes data in the United States, Canada, China, the United Kingdom and India.
The key findings from this report support that allowing top talent to study and work in the country of their choice helps create jobs, not take them. It offers insight into changing trends for historically talent-attracting and talent-supplying countries. Business school applications are a powerful metric—and forecast—of the success of individual economies in prioritizing talent and therefore leading innovation and growth. A survey of these latest metrics shows change in our midst—and for certain economies, warning signs for the future.