Novick

Natalie Novick

PhD Student in Sociology, University of California, San Diego
Chapter Member: San Diego SSN, California SSN
Areas of Expertise:
  • Policy in Other Countries
  • Immigration
  • Jobs & Workers
  • Science & Technology

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About Natalie

Natalie’s research examines how globalization and technological change affect the demand for skilled labor migration in North America and Europe. Her work explores how prospective migrants choose their destination choices, and how the demand for specific skills changes preferences over time. In addition, her work investigates how the labor needs of firms are pursued through immigration policy. Her areas of expertise include international labor migration, new technology and policymaking in the United States and in the EU. Natalie holds a Master of Science in Comparative European Politics with Distinction from Trinity College Dublin. Prior to her academic work, she worked in legislative affairs in Arizona and Washington, DC for a number of for-profit and non-profit firms.

In the News

Natalie Novick quoted on what makes cities attractive for startups in Michael Lipkin, "The Next Big Idea: What Makes Cities Good Homes for Startups" KPBS, April 11, 2018.