Broadening the working mind: the myth behind the Slovak 'brain drain'

Holt, Ed
April 2001
Slovak Spectator;2001 Supplement, Vol. 7, p38
Discusses the issues related to brain drain among the workers from Slovak Republic. Reasons for the decision of employees to go abroad; Importance of working abroad to Slovak workers; Demand for foreign employees among information technology industries around the world.


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