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George Yang is a research assistant at the Center for Global Development’s DC office, working with Charles Kenny and Justin Sandefur. His recent projects include World Bank financing, infrastructure investment, and international immigration (more to come).
Before CGD, Yang worked at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. There, he assisted with research on pharmacy benefit manager merger activity, FDA drug approval regulation, and biologic drug development policy. He holds bachelor's degrees in Healthcare Management and Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania.
The European Union and the UK will be short tens of millions of workers by 2050 due to an aging population and insufficient levels of migration, according to a new study from the Center for Global Development.