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Emigration, Brain Drain and Development: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa
What are the country of origin limitations in "win-win-win" scenarios in international labor migration? When does brain outflow turn into brain drain? When do the factors considered to compensate forExpand
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Nitric oxide attenuates interleukin 2‐induced lung injury
Background The pathogenesis of interleukin (IL) 2‐induced vascular leak syndrome may be related to neutrophil‐mediated endothelial injury. Nitric oxide inhibits neutrophil superoxide anion synthesisExpand
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A Revision of Dianthidium Subgenus Mecanthidium Michener ( Hymenoptera : Megachilidae )
—The resin bees of Dianthidium subgenus Mecanthidium Michener are revised. Three species, all endemic to Mexico, are recognized: D. snellingi Tanner and Griswold, sp. nov., from Jalisco, D. zapotecumExpand
Book Review: Emigration, Brain Drain and Development: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa by Arno Tanner
This is a review of the book "Emigration, Brain Drain and Development: the Case of Sub-Saharan Africa" by East-West Books Helinski, Finland and Migration Policy Institute
Limitations to Win-win-win in Global Labor Migration Acute emigration, migrant return and money remittances in developing country development
International migration of educated labor is an ever increasing phenomenon, which at best bene? ts the immigrant himself, the sending country and the receiving country alike. After an overview ofExpand
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Will there be climate migrants en masse
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