Bruce Corrie + Sarah Radosevich on Economic Contributions of Immigrants

Minnesota’s story is as long-established and as diverse as the communities who have called this place home. Join the Twin Cities Research Group when Bruce Corrie and Sarah Radosevich share findings from their recent report, “The Economic Contributions of Immigrants in Minnesota.” Walk away with a greater appreciation for those who chosen to settle and contribute their energies and talents to Minnesota!


TCRG Brown Bag Speaker Series 2014:

Wednesday, February 12, 2014, Noon to 1:00 p.m.

Please RSVP for the event if you plan to attend…

Topic: The Economic Contributions of Immigrants.

Join professor Bruce Corrie and Sarah Radosevich for a discussion of their recently released report, “The Economic Contributions of Immigrants in Minnesota.” The report compiles the most recent data available from federal, state and local sources to describe the multi-dimensional contributions that immigrants make – not only as workers, but as entrepreneurs, consumers, taxpayers, and more.
Featured Presenters: Bruce Corrie, PhD, is professor of economics at Concordia University in St. Paul; Sarah Radosevich, MPP, is a policy research analyst with Minnesota Chamber of Commerce.

Where: Wilder Foundation, Room 2610
451 Lexington Parkway (at University Ave), Saint Paul, MN 55104
A map with the meeting’s location is at

Event is FREE. Wilder’s parking ramp is FREE. Bring your own brown bag lunch.

As always, we will finish the hour with discussion and Q+A. Join us to participate with your ideas and questions.


Todd Graham, Douglas Petty, Jane Tigan, Mary Karcz, Neal Young, Don Jess, Carah Koch
TCRG Program Committee


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