Brain Drain

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A popular term for the migration of highly trained and/or skilled workers, especially physicians and scientists from underdeveloped countries to countries that offer better working conditions and/or lifestyles
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It should be no surprise that Turkey's human capital flight is likely to continue.
Given the human capital flight accumulations from poor countries and the limited skill agglomeration in them, this differential is clearly unrealistic.
Human capital flight is not something encouraged by any nation since resource which can be useful for the economy serve other nations in their development.

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