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depletion or loss of intellectual and technical personnel

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BEIRUT: At a time when brain drain poses one of Lebanon's biggest social and economic threats, Hyundai called on local tech entrepreneurs and innovators to participate in a first-of-its-kind startup competition that would spur a wave of brain gain.
We wanted to take a positive approach by turning the summer brain drain into summer brain gain," said Dr.
The Potential Net Brain Gain Index is calculated with a similar approach and measures the potential net change to the adult population with four or more years of education after high school or the equivalent of a bachelor's degree or higher.
However, the incentive effect on human capital formation of better migration prospects for the highly skilled (or the brain gain effect) eventually benefits all regions, enhancing resident human capital by maximally 2%-3%.
Within the next few years, we aim to staff our research institutes and labs with Qatari and Arab expatriate scientists as part of our commitment to reversing the trend from brain drain to brain gain," Soud said.
The hospital's director general Abdul Hadi Breizat told Petra that the doctors' demands were fair, adding that the long proposed system would bring brain gain as it raises a doctor's income and ensures job security, "which ultimately would have an impact on quality service to patients.
Greater stability over the last decade, the linking of the continent to high-speed broadband, international investment, and concerted efforts, such as those being made by Lagos in Nigeria, to turn themselves into attractive places for the world's largest corporations to base themselves in, is beginning to turn Africa's brain drain into a brain gain.
Together with Unesco, HP plans to connect major universities in the Middle East to the Brain Gain Initiative -- a network of 20 universities benefiting from grid and cloud computing technologies and the expertise of researchers from around the world.
Sunwoong Kim, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, "Brain Drain, Brain Gain, and Brain Competition: Changing Employment Opportunities and Career Patterns of U.
Research is controversial regarding the brain drain, brain gain and brain overhang.
As we reform our governance structures and economies, promoting more transparency and economic opportunities, I think we are on our way to turning the so-called brain drain in Africa into brain gain," he said.
Brain gain Bathing dopamine-making neurons with a natural protein that induces nerve-fiber growth reversed some of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease (163: 245).