Eastern Europe: What benefits from the brain drain?

de Tinguy, Anne; de Wenden, Catherine
October 1993
OECD Observer;Oct/Nov93, Issue 184, p33
Academic Journal
Reports on brain drain in central and eastern Europe. Effects on the government; Causes; Brain drain as mobility; Initiatives taken by countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; Government programs.


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