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Reverse brain drain: Economic shifts lure migrants home

By The Christian Science Monitor
Sunday, October 21, 2012 23:19 EDT
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Reverse brain drain: Economic shifts lure migrants home

“Brain drain” – the flow of intellect and skilled labor from poor to rich countries – has been so constant in modern times that the Nigerian cabdriver who was educated as a doctor back home is just as much a fixture of New York City’s landscape as a fledgling Broadway actress or Wall Street banker…


 
 
 
 
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