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Periodical articleTambulasi, Richard I.C. and Chasukwa, Michael (2015)
See this documentHolding 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. and Djimeu, Eric W. and Boussichas, Matthieu (2014)
See this documentImpact 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 and Mbah, Emmanuel M. (eds.) (2014)
Contemporary Africa: challenges and opportunities
Abstract presentBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 261p.

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

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

Periodical articleMushonga, Munyaradzi and 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 documentSome perspectives on the migration of skilled professionals from Ghana
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 53 #1. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleKancs, D'Artis and Ciaian, Pavel (2010)
See this documentThe 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. 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 and 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. 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 documentAfrican 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)
Intellectuels 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 and Diagne, Souleymane Bachir (eds.) (2008)
Fourth generation African scholars
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 33 #1. 138p.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. and 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 and 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. and 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 and Lucas, Robert E.B. and Karugia, Joseph T. (eds.) (2006)
See this documentSupporting 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. and Gbary, A.R. and Nyoni, J. and Seddoh, A. and Muthuri, L.K. (2006)
See this documentThe 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 documentShortage 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 documentThe 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 and Krishnan, Pramila and Ndikumana, Leonce (eds.) (2004)
See this documentAfrica 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 documentTransforming 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 documentAn 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 documentAfrican 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 and 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 documentExode 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 documentThe 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 documentBrain drain within the Ecowas region
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 14 #1-2. p. 37-38.

Periodical articleRaftopoulos, B. and Wittich, G. and 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 documentEthnicity and the brain drain
Abstract presentIssue. Volume 9 #4. p. 32-39.

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

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

Periodical articleOdenyo, Amos O. (1979)
See this documentAn 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 documentThe 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 documentCanadian 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. and 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. and 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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