Sharing Scientific Development as an Alternative to the Brain Drain
Science and Engineering Ethics 2002 January; 8(1): 13-15
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Brain Drain: A Study of the Persistent Issue of International Scientific Mobility: Prepared for the Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific Developments of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.s. House of Representatives Whelan, Joseph G. (Library of Congress. Foreign Affairs Division, 1974)
Combating the African "Brain Drain" Development Syndrome Through International Online Learning Collaboratives Okoroafor, Amarachukwu C. (Georgetown University, 2014)This thesis will explore how e-learning collaboratives can be used for knowledge transference in Africa. At the advent of independence, many African countries pushed education as a means to propel self-rule and development. ...
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