In this podcast, Harry Holzer and Center Director Ann Stevens discuss how colleges have taken on the role of building the U.S. labor force. In March, 2015, Holzer visited the center as a Visiting Scholar to present the seminar “Building Labor Market Skills among Disadvantaged Americans.”
Holzer is a professor of public policy at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute. He has previously served as a faculty director of the Georgetown Center on Poverty, Inequality and Public Policy. He is currently a Fellow at the American Institutes for Research, the Brookings Institution and at Harvard’s Program on Inequality and Social Policy.