Brain Drain

5403 Words Oct 15th, 2010 22 Pages
(KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA)

CONTENTS

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* What is Brain Drain * Introduction of Brain Drain * Concepct of Brain Drain * How to stop Brain Drain * Solution &Responsibility of Brain Drain * Influence of Brain Drain * Classification of Brain Drain * Problem of Brain Drain * Brain Drain in india * Globlisation of Brain Drain * Bibliography

What Is Brain Drain?
Brain drain is also known as “The human capital flight”. It can be simply defined as the mass emigration of technically skilled people from one country to
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Most of migrations from developing countries are those wealthy or skilled people, whose leaving results in brain drain and slow development of home countries. This contributes to a vicious circle for developing countries (low-income countries). On the other side, the advantaged social environment (rich opportunities, comparatively good political system, developed economy, better living conditions, etc) in developed countries attract talents from other areas, which contribute to brain grain, and finally forms a virtuous circle.

* Concept and Magnitude of Brain Drain
Migration of people as a phenomenon differs from country to country and from time to time. It is misleading to generalise about the possible effects of migration from LDCs. But even more fundamentally, one can argue that different studies are measuring differing things. All migrations cannot be justifiably brought within a single analytic umbrella, though it has been so done in the contemporary literature on the subject. Migration of HQM from LDCs may be due to several different sets of underlying social, political and economic forces. The phenomenon of migration of high quality manpower can justify the use of the expression on the term "brain drain", but one has to be cautious in using the expression drain indiscriminately. To replace "drain" by a
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