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brain gain

n
(Sociology) informal the immigration into a country of scientists, technologists, academics, etc, attracted by better pay, equipment, or conditions
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At the same time, Ambassador Brown stressed the need for the proper governing of labor migration to ensure that human resource investment constitutes brain gain and not brain drain.
This initiative of the government will convert brain drain to brain gain.
Its external openness has declined as reflected in decreasing brain gain attractiveness, as has its internal openness to people from less privileged backgrounds as well as women," he said.
Mobility of skilled labor in transition economies: The perspectives from brain-drain, brain-waist, brain circulation and brain gain.
Zafar Ullah Chaudhry said that working on the philosophy of Brain Gain and not Brain Drain, we had signed an MOU with Ireland and we are sending our postgraduates for two years training there in our International Training Programme.
Diaspora option can be used as a strategy to reverse and prevent the harmful effects of medical brain drain through brain gain and brain circulation.
The post doc program in Pakistan can put a halt on brain drain and we can even have brain gain by attracting foreign researchers in Pakistan.
Structural adjustments are badly needed for long-term brain gain.
La complementarite entre les differentes approches a permis de cerner les trois dimensions classiques du [beaucoup moins que] brain drain [beaucoup plus grand que], du [beaucoup moins que] brain gain [beaucoup plus grand que] et du [beaucoup moins que] brain waste [beaucoup plus grand que].
This spells a brain gain or reverse brain drain to Bangalore, India's own technology hub.