Mark C. Regets    (4040)

Mark Regets is a senior analyst at the National Science Foundation’s Division of Science Resources Statistics. In addition to his full time employment at NSF, he is currently a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) at the University of Bonn.    (4041)

At NSF, he directed the 200,000-respondent 1993 National Survey of College Graduates. While remaining involved in survey design and content issues, since 1995 he has written the Science and Engineering Labor Force chapter of NSF’s Science and Engineering Indicators and has been directly involved in many other aspects of NSF’s internal research on science, engineering, and technology labor markets and education.    (4042)

In addition, he has been part of NSF support of external research as the project officer for the New Immigrant Survey Pilot and the National Academy of Sciences’ Panel on Information Technology Labor Markets. Regets also has been the U.S. Government representative to OECD working groups on high skill migration and Chinese human resources, NSF’s representation to the U.S. Interagency Working Group on Immigration Data and Statistics, IZA’s (Germany) representative to the European Network on Human Mobility, and an adjunct Associate Professor at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service’s program on Science, Technology, and International Affairs (STIA).    (4043)

He received a Ph.D. in economics from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1990. His principle areas of research are immigration and science labor markets—both as separate topic and where they overlap. His research articles have appeared in journals such as the American Economic Review; Demography; International Migration Review; and various publications of the NSF, IZA, American Enterprise Institute, OECD, and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.    (4044)