Engineering Gap

As global outsourcing becomes the corporate norm in the United States, many nations are taking steps to end the brain drain through both industrial and academic development of their own. But a recent study conducted at Duke University debunks the theory that developing nations like China and India are outpacing the United States in engineering education. So, how does the number of engineers being educated in this country stack up to global up-and-comers? And what does that mean for engineering jobs here in the U.S.? Host Eric Hodge talks with Gary Gereffi, professor of sociology at Duke University. (35:00)

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