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The economic consequences of "brain drain" of the best and brightest: microeconomic evidence from five countries (English)

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Brain drain has long been a common concern for migrant-sending countries, particularly for small countries where high-skilled emigration rates are highest. However, while economic theory suggests a number of possible benefits, in addition to costs, from...  See More +

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  • Gibson, John; McKenzie, David;
  • 2010/08/01
  • Policy Research Working Paper;
  • WPS5394
  • 1
  • 1
  • WorldIndiaChina
  • The World RegionSouth AsiaEast Asia and Pacific
  • 2010/08/03
  • Disclosed
  • The economic consequences of "brain drain" of the best and brightest: microeconomic evidence from five countries
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