Brain Drain and Brain Waste

@inproceedings{Armando2015BrainDA,
  title={Brain Drain and Brain Waste},
  author={Armando and J.... and G. Pires},
  year={2015}
}
When skilled workers migrate, they face the brain waste risk, i.e., they can end up employed as unskilled. We analyze the effects of brain waste on brain drain, resulting from low international transferability of skills. We show that this type of brain waste: (1) reduces education incentives; (2) weakens the chances for a positive self-selection; and (3) decreases the possibility of a brain gain. In addition, the effectiveness of education policies that subsidize students is reduced under the… CONTINUE READING

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