Ron Hira

Economic Policy Institute

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Professor of public policy at Howard University and a research associate at the Economic Policy Institute, which gets some of its funding from organized labor; author of Outsourcing America: The True Cost of Shipping Jobs Overseas and What Can Be Done about It

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