ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Lessons From Britain s Brain Drain

Lessons From Britain s Brain Drain

Lessons From Britain's Brain Drain EVEN among developed countries the more developed countries act as magnets drawing talent from the less developed countries. Thus, there has been a steady exodus of talent from West Germany and Britain to the United States and it is only recently that the full magnitude of the loss to Britain has come to be known. The Jones Committee report on Britain's "Brain Drain" has come as a shock. The "brain drain" is now costing Britain 6,200 scientists, engineers and technologists every year; and that is a lot, considering that the training of a young engineer or scientist costs anything from

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