Reassessing the Impacts of Brain Drain on Developing CountriesDhananjayan Sriskandarajah of the Institute for Public Policy Research explains. the human being, cerebral circulation, including the venous outflow mechanisms from the skull, is one of the major regulators of the brain physiology.
Taxing the Brain Drain: A Reassessment of the Bhagwati Proposalbrain studies how blood returns to the heart from the brain through veins in an astronaut’s neck. we should also recognize that part of the responsibility for brain drain also lies with the southern research systems, their managers and leaders.
: brain drain; international migration; human capital; growth; economic methodology and history of economic thought (search for similar items in econpapers). moreover, since cerebral venous return is greatly influenced by the gravitational gradient when up-right, and by the thoracic respiratory pump when supine, very little is known about the mechanisms ensuring blood outflow from the brain in a condition of microgravity.
at the health research sector in low income countries, what do you see as the solution to the brain drain? global tug-of-war for health care workerslabor export as government policy: the case of the philippinesbrain drain and gain: the case of taiwan.