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- Historically, wars between nations, and later between people, have always been about land and its approriation. Now that the land is generally distributed, a new type of war has appeared, the war about technology and its control writes Shimon Perez.
Brain Drain Migration
- Robin Cook examines possible solutions to stem the loss of doctors, scientists and engineers by underdeveloped countries and states suffering from economic crisis.
How do we reverse the brain drain?
- Keynote speech by Philip Emeagwali at the 2003 Pan African Conference. He promotes persuading multi-national companies of the profitability of moving their call centers to nations in Africa.
How extensive is the Brain Drain?
- June 1999 report by William J. Carrington and Enrica Detragiache for the International Monetary Fund explores the brain drain and the countries affected by it.
Reverse Brain Drain
- Layoffs in the telecom and technology sector exceeded 600,000 in 2001, precipitating a reverse brain drain. Edwin Rubenstein writes that many professionals in the high tech industry are now leaving the United States and returning to South Asia.
How to Plug Europe's Brain Drain
- Article from Time Europe explores strategies to stop the brain drain of talent to the United States. (January 19, 2004)
Weakening investment and increasing brain drain: two major threats to the European knowledge-based economy
- European Research Commissioner Philippe Busquin presented two new publications on Europe's position in research and innovation. The "Key figures 2003-2004 for science, technology and innovation", and the "Brain drain study - Emigration flows for qualified scientists" display a bleak picture. (November 25, 2003)
Radiation science victim of brain drain
- When academics boast a 100 per cent employment rate for graduates, you'd think they and their peers would find much to celebrate. Not so for medical radiation science professionals report the Sydney Morning Herald (February 19, 2003)
Perspective: Explaining the tech brain drain
- Michael Kanellos says there's a reason U.S. high-tech companies are hiring an increasing number of engineers and other employees from overseas: In many cases, they are smarter than us. (February 13, 2003)
Salon News | Brain drain
- A bill that would give visas to high-tech foreign students will exploit the greatest minds of the third world for the sake of American industry. (January 10, 2000)
Brain Drain Saps Former Soviet Union of Scientists, Alaska Science Forum
- Article by science writer Ned Rozell. (June 08, 1995)
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