International migration, remittances, and the brain drain

a study of 24 labor-exporting countries by Richard H. Adams

Publisher: World Bank in Washington, D.C

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  • Emigration and immigration -- Case studies.,
  • Emigrant remittances -- Case studies.,
  • Labor market -- Case studies.

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StatementRichard H. Adams, Jr.
GenreCase studies.
SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3069, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3069.
ContributionsWorld Bank.
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LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL3285474M
LC Control Number2003616064

International Migration, Remittances, and Brain Drain By Çaḡlar Özden; Maurice Schiff World Bank, Read preview Overview China's Brain Drain to the United States: Views of Overseas Chinese Students and Scholars in the s By David Zweig; Chen Changgui; Stanley Rosen Institute of East Asian Studies,   Özden, Ç. (). Educated migrants: Is there brain waste? In Ç. Özden & M. Schiff (Eds.), International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain (pp. –). Washington, DC: The World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan. Google ScholarAuthor: Adem Yavuz Elveren. As a measure of the brain drain, we use the dataset by Docquier and Marfouk () that in turn builds on the pioneering work of Carrington and Detragiache (). We find considerable evidence that the brain drain is associated with a smaller flow of remittances. Abstract. In the nineteenth century, migration flows played a key role in fostering income convergence between Europe and the United States (O’Rourke et al., ).In the present globalization episode, however, the role of migration is much more limited (Faini et al., ).This is not because of lack of economic by:

  The World Bank study, published yesterdayin a book, "International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain," also presents an analysis of the effect of the money that migrants from Guatemala.   Brain drain and the Western Balkans. The magnitude of the brain drain from the Western Balkans is difficult to estimate without reliable data. Generally, small states such as the Western Balkans, are the main losers from the brain drain because of the easily negative impact on . migration rates for various country groups and the net brain gain for each OECD country. All data on educational attainment, country of birth and region of destination are provided in the appendix. JEL Classi cation: F22, J Keywords: Brain drain, Human capital, Migration. This paper is an updated version of Release , World Bank Policy Re-. International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain, a study produced by the Bank’s research department, includes a detailed analysis of household survey data in Mexico, Guatemala and the Philippinesall countries that produce millions of migrantswhich concludes that families whose members include migrants living abroad have higher.

  The costs of brain drain, however, are offset to some degree by the benefits of remittances that migrant workers send back to their native countries. While expatriates generally use these payments to support their less-fortunate family members, the resulting economic advantages extend well beyond any particular household. Indian diaspora in the united states looks at the topic of brain drain from a new lens it uses indian migration to the united states as a case study its approach is different from the conventional way of looking at international migration from india the book includes discussions on brain gain and brain circulation for source countries recipient-countries not only benefit in the form of Price Range: $ - $

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Migration is a complex and dynamic process that changes the migrants’ home. International migration Part 1 of this book, Migration and Remittances, examines the determinants of migration, and the impact of migration and remittances on various development indicators, and measures of welfare.

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For educational attainment based on United States and example, for the five Latin American countries OECD records. He uses these new data to address the (Dominican Republic, El File Size: 1MB. International Migration, Remittances, and the Brain Drain Presented here is a compilation of articles on the intersection of migrant education, emigration, remittances, and brain drain.

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International migration, remittances, and the brain drain (English) Abstract. Knowledge of the economic effects of migration, especially its impact on economic development, is rather limited. In order to expand knowledge on migration, and identify policies and reforms that would lead to superior development outcomes, this volume Cited by: Remittances and the Brain Drain: Evidence from Microdata for Sub-Saharan Africa The so-called ‘brain drain’, or the migration of high-skilledindividualsto otherregionswhere human capital is abundant, is a major concern for developing countri es with a relatively small number of highly educated Remittances and the brain drain Cited by: 3.

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negative impact of the brain drain can be offset by the remittances skilled migrants send to their family back home (e.g. Ratha, ). 1 Though it is clear that skilled migrants send remittances back home, the question remains as to whether they remit more or less than unskilled migrants.

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Among these are poverty and inequality; investments in education, health, housing and other productive activities; entrepreneurship; and child labor and education. The microdata then allow investigation as to why the more educated remit more. We find the higher income earned by migrants, rather than characteristics of their family situations explains much of the higher remittances.

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International Migration, Remittances, and the Brain Drain: A Study of 24 Labor-Exporting Countries World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Cited by: International migration, the movement of people across international boundaries, has enormous economic, social and cultural implications in both origin and destination countries.

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International migration, remittances, and the brain drain ; a study of 24 labor exporting countries While the level of international migration and remittances continues to grow, data on international migration remains unreliable.

international community must be prepared to address the challenges raised by the increasing mobility of workers.

In particular, the migration of skilled workers (the so-called brain drain) is a major piece of the migration debate. The transfer1 of human resources has undergone extensive scrutiny in. Book Review: International Migration, Remittances, and The Brain Drain, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ).

There is an expected increase in 40, to 60, to income for those that may leave. Brain drain is also increasing in absolute terms, but the rate itself is stable. Brain drain can lead to benefits in the form of remittances, FDI, and an exchange of knowledge and technology seen through return migration and diaspora networks.

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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): uring the last couple of years, international migration has attracted a great deal of attention in the development community. The convening of the Global Commission on International Migration followed by a UN High Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development, scheduled for Septemberare.

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