Brain drain is defined as the migration of health personnel in search of the better standard of living and quality of life, higher salaries, access to advanced technology and more stable political conditions in different places worldwide.
In this research, we test the “brain drain” hypothesis that the mere presence of one’s own smartphone may occupy limited-capacity cognitive resources, thereby leaving fewer resources available for other tasks and undercutting cognitive performance. ... The Mere Presence of One’s Own Smartphone Reduces Available Cognitive Capacity ...
The Mere Presence of Your Smartphone Reduces Brain Power, Study Shows. ... It’s a brain drain.” ... within sight or within easy reach reduces a person’s ability to focus and perform tasks because part of their brain is actively working to not pick up or use the phone.
Causes of Brain Drain in Nigeria. There are several causes of brain drain in Nigeria to the developed world. Most of these factors are economic and political in nature; however, social and psychological factors also contribute to human capital flight (brain drain) in the country.
New Research on Brain Drain and Recent College Graduates. ... It would also be a great research brief for Educational Researcher. I would imagine they would be interested in this. ... Anyway, the term “brain drain” doesn’t really describe what is going on in economic terms. The real “drain” would be if the students left before college.
Research Challenges. The fact that brain drain is not always, but can be a major problem in some sectors in some countries, presents at least two important challenges for research. The first is to devise methodologies for differentiting between brain drain per se and a subset of cases that might best be termed "brain strain."
Analysis and Assessment of the “Brain Drain” Phenomenon and its Effects on Caribbean Countries ... Caribbean based on previous literature and conducted research on the topic. By “Brain Drain” I am referring to is the idea that there is preponderance in the migration of highly ... “Brain Drain” as well as rebuttal arguments presented ...
Research problem Brain drain or human capital flight is defined in Oxford dictionary as “the movement of highly skilled and qualified people to a country where they can work in better conditions and earn more money.” Since the early 1990s, a small number of India’s valuable human resources has been leaving the country in search of “greener pastures” in the region and the world over.
Brain drain occurs most commonly when individuals leave less developed countries (LDCs) with fewer opportunities for career advancement, research, and academic employment and migrate to more developed countries (MDCs) with more opportunities. However, it also occurs in the movement of individuals from one more developed country to another more developed country.
Globalization, Brain Drain, and Development by Frédéric Docquier and Hillel Rapoport. Published in volume 50, issue 3, pages 681-730 of Journal of Economic Literature, September 2012, Abstract: This paper reviews four decades of economics research on the brain drain, with a focus on recent contrib...