DOI:​10.1080/09739572.2015.1088611
Corpus ID: 155445395
High-skill return migration in the technology, medical, and academic sectors: the case of India and the USA
Theo Davis
Published 2016
Economics

Diaspora Studies
The concept of brain drain contends that the migration of highly skilled individuals benefits receiving countries at the expense of sending countries. Though research supports this concept, several… Expand
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