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Since the Obama administration launched the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in 2012, as many as 800,000 young people have come out of legal limbo to be able to work and pursue an education. But the policy has also become a lightning rod in the immigration debate, and is facing cancellation. Yale SOM’s Rodrigo Canales answered questions about what the policy has meant for DACA recipients and the benefits of immigration to the U.S. economy. 

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Fred Terrell
Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, Credit Suisse


Catherine Labio
Associate professor of comparative literature and French, Yale University

Professor Matthew Spiegel
Matthew Spiegel
Professor of Finance, Director of Graduate Studies

Reed E. Hundt
Former Chairman, Federal Communications Commission; Senior Advisor, Telecommunications and Technology, McKinsey & Company; Vice Chairman, Frontline Wireless; Graduate, Yale College and Yale Law School; Member, Yale SOM Board of Advisors

Jan U. Hagen
Associate Professor and Head of the Practice Group Financial Services, ESMT


Professor Roger Ibbotson
Roger G. Ibbotson
Professor in the Practice Emeritus of Management


Jane Mendillo
President & CEO, Harvard Management Company, Inc.