Parag Agrawal: Why Indian-born CEOs dominate Silicon Valley

In the wake of the civil rights movement, national-origin quotas were replaced by those that gave preference to skills and family unification. Soon after, highly-educated Indians – scientists, engineers and doctors at first, and then, overwhelmingly, software programmers – began to arrive in the US.

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