Triangular human capital flows between sending, entrepot and the rest of the world regions
A model of triangular movement of highly skilled immigrants between a sending country (China/India) to an entrepot country (Canada) and then possibly to the rest of the world is developed. The question of who stays or leaves after arrival in the entrepot country is considered. The acquisition of sub...
DeVoretz, Don J
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|published in:||Canadian studies in population Vol. 29; no. 1; p. 53|
|Data of publication:||2002-12-31|
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