China's brain drain problem: Causes, consequences and policy options

@inproceedings{Deng1992ChinasBD,
  title={China's brain drain problem: Causes, consequences and policy options},
  author={Zhiduan Deng},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract The brain drain has become a growing problem for China's overseas education, especially after the Tiananmen Incident of June 1989. Brain drain is a symptom of a home country's social, economic, or political problems. In China, political alienation, low income, poor living conditions, insufficient research facilities, and mismanagement of high‐level manpower are the major factors pushing intellectuals to seek development opportunities abroad. Beijing has found it difficult to bring… CONTINUE READING

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