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From Brain Drain to Brain Flow: The New Economy of Innovation Turbulence

At one time in the recent past, leaders in developing countries and in international organizations decried the “brain drain” that led the best and brightest in what we used to call the “third world” to emigrate to the West to take advantage of superior educational and employment opportunities. The United States was the destination of choice, both for these reasons and because other societies were seen as less hospitable to immigrants. Read Here – Foreign Policy Research Institute

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