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Periodical articleTambulasi, Richard I.C.; Chasukwa, Michael (2015)
See this publicationHolding the brains back in: an assessment of measures against brain drain in the Malawian health sector
Abstract presentAfrica Review: Journal of African Studies Association of India. Volume 7 #2. p. 104-120.

BookBarriagaber, Assefaw (ed.) (2014)
International migration and development in Eastern and Southern Africa
Abstract presentAddis Ababa: Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa. 262p.

Periodical articleDjiofack, Calvin Z.; Djimeu, Eric W.; Boussichas, Matthieu (2014)
See this publicationImpact of qualified worker emigration on poverty: a macro-micro-simulation approach for an African economy
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 23 #1. p. 1-52.

BookFalola, Toyin; Mbah, Emmanuel M. (eds.) (2014)
Contemporary Africa: challenges and opportunities
Abstract presentBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. African histories and modernities. 261p.

Periodical articleKwenda, Prudence; Ntuli, Miracle (2014)
See this publicationPrivate returns to education, migration and development policies: the case of Zimbabwe
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 26 #4. p. 535-548.

Periodical articleCrush, Jonathan; Chikanda, Abel; Pendleton, Wade (2012)
See this publicationThe disengagement of the South African medical diaspora in Canada
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 38 #4. p. 927-949.

Periodical articleMushonga, Munyaradzi; Nyakudya, Munyaradzi (2011)
Against all odds: the academic 'brain drain' and the 'walking dead' in Zimbabwe before the Government of National Unity
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 23 #1. March. p. 1-12.

BookArthur, John A. (2010)
African diaspora identities: negotiating culture in transnational migration
Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 302p.

Periodical articleAsiedu, Alex Boakye (2010)
See this publicationSome perspectives on the migration of skilled professionals from Ghana
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 53 #1. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleKancs, D'Artis; Ciaian, Pavel (2010)
See this publicationThe impact of the EU Blue Card policy on economic growth in the African sending countries
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 78 #3. p. 225-247.

Conference paperKoudou, Claude (ed.) (2010)
La Côte d'Ivoire face à son destin: et si l'Afrique était Gbagbo?
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Afrique liberté. 135p.

Periodical articleMaharaj, Brij (2010)
The African brain drain: causes, costs, consequences
Africa Insight. Volume 40 #1. p. 96-108.

Periodical articleSawadogo, Ram Christophe (2010)
Les accords de 'gestion concertée des flux migratoires' entre les pays européens et les pays tiers, notamment l'Afrique
Abstract presentCahiers du CERLESHS. Volume 25 #35. p. 297-336.

Periodical articleZondi, Siphamandla; Motsamai, Dimpho (2010)
African diaspora communities in the global north: their developmental value for sending States
Africa Insight. Volume 40 #1. p. 19-30.

Conference paperAssociation of African Universities (2009)
Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors, and Presidents of African universities: COREVIP, 2007: the African brain drain - managing the drain: working with the diaspora: proceedings
Abstract presentAccra: Association of African Universities. 137p.

BookGamandzori, Joseph (ed.) (2009)
Congo-Brazzaville, état et société civile en situation de post-conflit
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Études africaines. 158p.

Periodical articleMapulanga-Hulston, Jackbeth (2009)
The migration of health professionals in Sub-Saharan African countries and the impact on people's right to health
Australasian Review of African Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 98-113.

Periodical articleBeoku-Betts, Josephine (2008)
See this publicationAfrican women scientists and the politics of location: the case of four Sierra Leonean women scientists
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 7 #4. p. 343-366.

Periodical articleDzimbiri, L. (2008)
The brain drain phenomenon in the University of Malawi: context, challenges and prospects
Malawi Journal of Social Science. Volume 20. p. 67-84.

Periodical articleKabwe-Segatti, Aurelia Wa (2008)
Regional integration policy and migration reform in SADC countries: an institutional overview of power relations
African Yearbook of International Law. Volume 16. p. 53-77.

Periodical articleMbonda, Ernest-Marie (2008)
See this publicationIntellectuels africains, patriotisme et panafricanisme: à propos de la fuite des cerveaux
Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 33 #1. p. 108-122.

Periodical issueMurunga, Godwin Rapando; Diagne, Souleymane Bachir (eds.) (2008)
See this publicationFourth generation African scholars
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 33 #1. 138p.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M.; Crush, Jonathan (2008)
South Africa and the global recruitment of health professionals
Africa Insight. Volume 37 #4. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleTsheola, Johannes (2008)
Democratic South Africa in the international migration-development nexus: the development impact for sub-Saharan Africa
Africa Insight. Volume 38 #1. p. 34-52.

Periodical articleZindi, Fred; Munetsi, Cribert (2008)
The emotions of university lecturers as root causes of the brain-drain in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 20 #1. March. p. 1-10.

Periodical articleChimanikire, D.P. (2007)
Brain drain of intellectuals and professionals from Africa: issues, causes and consequences
African Journal of Public Administration and Management. Volume 18 #2. January. p. 11-23.

Periodical articleMuula, A.S.; Panulo, B. (2007)
Lost investment returns from the migration of medical doctors from Malawi
Tanzania Health Research Bulletin. Volume 9 #1. January. p. 61-64.

BookThierry, Libone Nyope (2007)
The hard journey: caught between the hammer and the anvil
Leipzig: Engelsdorfer. 520p.

Periodical issueAjakaiye, Olu; Lucas, Robert E.B.; Karugia, Joseph T. (eds.) (2006)
See this publicationSupporting Africa's resurgence and migration and economic development in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 15. Supplement 2 (December). p. 141-462.

Periodical articleKirigia, J.M.; Gbary, A.R.; Nyoni, J.; Seddoh, A.; Muthuri, L.K. (2006)
See this publicationThe cost of health-related brain drain to the WHO African Region
African Journal of Health Sciences. Volume 13 #3-4. July-December. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleMuula, A.S. (2006)
See this publicationShortage of healthworkers in the Malawian public health services system: how do parliamentarians perceive the problem?
African Journal of Health Sciences. Volume 13 #1-2. January-June. p. 124-130.

Periodical articleAhmed, O.B. (2005)
Brain drain
African Journal of Medical Practice. Volume 12 #2. March-April. p. 40-41.

Periodical articleMalakpa, Sakui W.G. (2005)
Turning Brain Drain into a Brain Gain
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #2. p. 29-39.

Periodical articleDovlo, Delanyo (2004)
See this publicationThe Brain Drain in Africa: An Emerging Challenge to Health Professionals' Education
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 2 #3. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleEdokat, T. (2004)
Migration of human capital: some implications for higher education in Cameroon
Journal of Applied Social Sciences (Buea, Cameroon). Volume 4 #1. p. 40-55.

Periodical issueFosu, Augustin; Krishnan, Pramila; Ndikumana, Leonce (eds.) (2004)
See this publicationAfrica and the world economy: a focus on capital
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13. Supplement 2 (December). 148p.

Periodical articleAmuwo, Kunle (2003)
The political economy of the brain drain from Africa
Nigerian Journal of International Affairs. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 88-115.

Periodical articleKarega-Munene (2003)
Brain drain: a misnomer? an interview with Julius Kipng'etich
Wajibu. Volume 18 #4. December-Jan. 2004. p. 12-14.

Periodical articleLeichtman, Mara A. (2002)
See this publicationTransforming Brain Drain into Capital Gain: Morocco's Changing Relationship with Migration and Remittances
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 7 #1. Spring. p. 109-137.

Periodical articleMeyer, J.B. (2002)
The brain drain
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). September 30. p. 46-47.

Periodical articleReynolds, Rachel R. (2002)
See this publicationAn African Brain Drain: Igbo Decisions to Immigrate to the U.S
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 29 #92. July. p. 273-284.

Periodical articleZeleza, Paul Tiyambe (2002)
See this publicationAfrican universities and globalisation
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #1. p. 64-85.

Periodical articleSahl, Ibrahim M.G. (2001)
Public Sector Salariats' Poverty-Coping Mechanisms: A Comparative Case from El-Obeid
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 17 #2. June. p. 91-107.

Periodical articleDejene A. (2000)
The brain drain from Ethiopia
Ethiopian Development Forum. Volume 1 #3. December. p. 1-19.

Periodical articleMatlosa, K. (2000)
The brain drain
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 13 #7. April. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleMeso, Winston; MacDonald, David A. (2000)
The brain drain: will the outflow of skilled people kill the African renaissance?
Abstract presentAfrica Insight. Volume 30 #2. p. 2-74.

Periodical articleSeyoum T. (2000)
The causes and magnitude of brain drain in higher education institutions with a particular reference to AAU: 'o west, young man, (go)'
Ethiopian Development Forum. Volume 1 #3. December. p. 20-30.

Periodical articleMeyer, Jean-Baptiste (1999)
Expatriation des compétences africaines: 'l'option diaspora' de l'Afrique du Sud
Abstract presentAfrique contemporaine. #190. p. 3-19.

Periodical articleMeyer, J.-B. (1998)
See this publicationExode des compétences en Afrique du Sud?
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #69. p. 118-125.

Periodical articleLeistner, Erich (1993)
Migration of High-Level African Manpower to South Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Insight. Volume 23 #4. p. 219-224.

Periodical articleGordon, J.A. (1992)
Diminishing medical population (and other medical professions)
Central African Journal of Medicine. Volume 38 #10. October. p. 424-425.

Periodical articleSeyoum T. (1992)
Brain drain among academicians in two higher education institutions in Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 13 #2. December. p. 27-46.

Periodical articlePires, J. (1988)
Les cadres expatriés: le non-retour de ressortissants africains qualifiés: causes et remèdes
Abstract presentMarchés tropicaux et méditerranéens. Volume 44 #2251. p. 3801-3805.

Periodical articleLogan, Bernard I. (1987)
See this publicationThe Reverse Transfer of Technology from Sub-Saharan Africa to the United States
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 25 #4. December. p. 597-612.

Periodical articleAbbashar, El Tayeb (1985)
The Sudan Skill Exodus: The Dilemma of a Developing State
Abstract presentAfrican Administrative Studies. #26. p. 87-106.

Periodical articleAdebayo, Akin (1985)
See this publicationBrain drain within the Ecowas region
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 14 #1-2. p. 37-38.

Periodical articleRaftopoulos, B.; Wittich, G.; Ndlela, D.B. (1984)
The 'internal' brain drain, its effect on government development policy and possible alternative[s]: the case of Zimbabwe
Abstract presentThe Zimbabwe Journal of Economics. Volume 1 #4. p. 22-35.

Periodical articleOufriha Bouzina, Fatma-Zohra (1980)
Les facteurs du brain-drain en Algerie
Abstract presentRevue algérienne des sciences juridiques, politiques et économiques. Volume 17 #2. p. 241-250.

Periodical articleChukunta, N.K. Onuoha (1979)
See this publicationEthnicity and the brain drain
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 32-39.

Periodical articleDas, Man Singh (1979)
See this publicationBrain drain controversy and African scholars
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 27-30.

Periodical articleNwaochei, Ben Nnaemeka (1979)
See this publicationThe Nigerian brain drain: the case for return
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 53-55.

Periodical articleOdenyo, Amos O. (1979)
See this publicationAn assessment of the african brain drain, with special reference an to the Kenyan mid-career professional
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 45-48.

Periodical articleSinclair, Michael (1979)
See this publicationThe brain drain from Zimbabwe to Canada: the issue of compensation payments
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 41-43.

Periodical articleSinclair, Michael (1979)
See this publicationCanadian involvement in the brain drain from Africa: opportunities for action
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 19-25.

Periodical articleHadley, Lawrence (1977)
The migration of egyptian human capital to the arab oil-producing states: a cost-benefit analysis
Abstract presentL'Égypte contemporaine. Volume 68 #369. p. 71-88.

Periodical articleOkediji, Olajado O.; Okediji, Francis Olu (1972)
Nigeria 'brain drain' to the United State of America: a sociological perpective
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Research and Development. Volume 2 #2. p. 137-163.

Periodical articleOkediji, O.O.; Okediji, F.O. (1971)
African 'brain drain' to the highly industrialized nations
Abstract presentThe African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs. Volume 1 #2. p. 44-52.

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