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Peter A. Creticos
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Peter A. Creticos

Peter A. Creticos is President and Executive Director of the Institute of Work and the Economy, a Chicago-based think tank specializing in national and regional workforce and development policies. He is also Principal of policy consultancy Peter A. Creticos Ltd. He recently finished a four-year appointment as Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Latino studies at Notre Dame. Dr. Creticos is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Urban Planning and Public Administration, at the Illinois Institute of technology Stuart School of Business, and in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Roosevelt University.

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Fact Sheets
February 2013
By  Peter A. Creticos and Eleanor Sohnen
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Reports
October 2008
By  Jeanne Batalova, Michael Fix and Peter A. Creticos

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Fact Sheets
February 2013

El imperativo de mantener la competitividad de la industria manufacturera — un sector que se encuentra en rápida transformación y globalización — está impulsando a las empresas y diseñadores de políticas de la región de studio (es decir, en los Estados Unidos, México, El Salvador, Guatemala, y Honduras) a buscar nuevas estrategias para atraer la inversión y desarrollar el capital humano en el s

Reports
January 2013

This report examines trends in manufacturing – with a focus on advanced manufacturing – in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and the United States. Although these countries’ manufacturing histories and contexts are different, the sectors are increasingly interdependent, and the sector potentially holds great promise for improving individual livelihoods and overall regional competitiveness.

Reports
October 2008

This exploratory study provides an unprecedented assessment of the “brain-waste” phenomenon in the United States—a serious waste of human capital resulting from the unemployment or underemployment of highly skilled college-educated immigrants.