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depletion or loss of intellectual and technical personnel

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When asked to what extent brain-drain is a serious reality in our country, most respondents (65.
In other words, institutional quality is higher for any brain-drain level m < [m.
In a joint statement issued here, Chamber President Sheikh Mohammad Arshad, Senior Vice President Almas Hyder and Vice President Nasir Saeed said stopping brain-drain was the key to making the country economically stable.
The author suggests it is essential to acknowledge the global consequences of brain-drain to begin developing the path for resolution.
As Frankie tries to uncover the secrets of the school, he discovers the headmaster, Dr Gore, has plans to turn all the students into robot-like super brains using his Brain-drain machine.
With reports indicating that one of the effects of the recovery is that many more employees have started quitting their jobs and looking around for new ones, one businesses that are not providing all the trimmings may be heading for a brain-drain of their best talent.
NO MATTER how hard I try, I just cannot make my heart bleed for the plight of the "world-class" academics who apparently are struggling to get their offspring into pole-position in "good schools" in the area, as suggested by Ben Turner in the Daily Post recently ("Liverpool Risking Brain-drain unless schools improve, warns university" - 2/8/10) I am still trying to work out just how this set of circumstances constitutes a braindrain at all.
Software and computer games contribute 45 per cent of the turnover of Birmingham's creative economy and as this region already suffers from a private sector job brain-drain this could herald a digital brain-drain.
Graduates are a real asset to the business community and it is vital that we - as a region - do everything we can to ensure that we do not suffer a brain-drain.
Perhaps even more encouraging is the response that followed the 1999 brain-drain warning.
They say they predicted the brain-drain 18 months ago when ministers went ahead with plans to treat self-employed IT experts as employees.
The real objective of the brain-drain story, according to critics, is to advance public support for deep tax cuts that will further enrich high-income earners.