Size: 47.92 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Brain drain
Languages : en
Pages : 8
Theoretical studies of the determinants of migration by skilled persons and the output and welfare effects of such migration on the migrants and the countries of departure and destination. The volume measures the numbers of highly skilled migrants from different countries to the U.S. and Canada, with an analysis of policy alternatives.
International migration, the movement of people across international boundaries, has enormous economic, social and cultural implications in both origin and destination countries. Using original research, this title examines the determinants of migration, the impact of remittances and migration on poverty, welfare, and investment decisions, and the consequences of brain drain, brain gain, and brain waste.
This Book Analyses The Outflow Of Highly Qualified And Talented Human Capital From Underdeveloped Countries Where It Can Make Significant Contributions To The National Welfare Of Developed Countries, Which Are Already Well Supplied With Trained Personnel. Logical Understanding Of The Brain-Drain Process Is Attempted On The Basis Of Response Settled Abroad. The Estimates Of The Magnitude Of The Brain Drain Are Based On Some Systematic Studies Conducted At Iit, Bombay. This Work Also Distinguishes Between The `Real` And The `Apparent` Brain Drain.
Annotation The brain drain from developing countries has been lamented for many years, but knowledge of the empirical magnitude of the phenomenon is scant owing to the lack of systematic data sources. This paper presents estimates of emigration rates from 61 developing countries to OECD countries for three educational categories constructed using 1990 U.S. Census data, Barro and Lees data set on educational attainment, and OECD migration data. Although still tentative in many respects, these estimates reveal a substantial brain drain from the Caribbean, Central America, and some African and Asian countries.
Stepping Out of the Brain Drain is an important contribution to the intensifying debate about highly skilled migration from developing to developed countries. Addressing the issue from the perspective of Catholic social thought, the authors demonstrate that both the economic and ethical rationales for the teaching's opposition to 'brain drain' have been undermined in recent years and show how the adoption of a less critical policy could provide enhanced opportunities for poor countries to accelerate their economic development.
Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: 2,3, Ashcroft International Business School London, course: International Economics II, 13 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The objective of the present assignment is to identify and evaluate the circumstances, which lead to a 'Brain Drain' and to illustrate measures to improve the situation for the country concerned. In order to describe the structure of this work more vividly the author decided to illustrate the brain drain problem with regard to India. Furthermore, a forecast concerning India's future will be made at the end
Im Zusammenhang mit der globalen ökonomischen Öffnung der Welt entfaltet sich heute zunehmend der Typ des "Migrationsstaats", der neben Kapital und Gütern auch Menschen zulässt und deren Auswahl nach bestimmten Kriterien zu optimieren versucht (Kapital, Qualifikation, Demografie, Bindung zum Nationalstaat oder zu seinen Angehörigen, politische Präferenzen etc.). Der Band stellt die unterschiedlichen Facetten dieses Prozesses dar. In einem zweiten Teil werden unterschiedliche Migrations- und Integrationsweisen an Hand besonders aussagekräftiger Länderbeispiele verglichen.
In the eighth DATA Set adventure, the kids get lost inside Dr. Bunsen! When Dr. Bunsen gets sick with a bad cough, he insists that he has no time to sleep! He swallowed a top-secret experiment to prove his scientific findings, but now he needs the kids’ help to kick out the cold! And luckily, Bunsen has created a high-tech shuttle that can shrink down and travel inside the human body. Join the kids as they suit up and dive down the Bunsen brain drain! With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the DATA Set chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.