Labor Supply And The 'Brain Drain'

A new analysis of the location and migration patterns of younger and older workers, especially those with college degrees, counters some commonly held notions about "brain drain" and examines policies to address the impacts of these locat
January 16, 2004, 12pm PST | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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A new analysis by Paul Gottlieb of the location and migration patterns of younger and older workers, especially those with college degrees, counters some commonly held notions about "brain drain." Moreover, the survey, part of the Living Cities Census Series, also examines policies to address the labor supply impacts of these location decisions.

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Published on Friday, January 16, 2004 in The Brookings Institution
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