The Impact of Globalization on "Brain Drain" in Developing Countries

A. Zhatkanbaeva, J. Zhatkanbaeva, E. Zhatkanbaev
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In presented paper the impact of globalization on "brain drain" in developing countries is considerate. Globalization is primarily manifested in the possibility of educational mobility. The growth of international mobility of scientific personnel is an int egral feature of the globalization of science, and in this context, the problem of "brain drain" in developing countries is particularly worrying. Authors offer the reasons of "brain drain" from countries with a low standard of living and
more » ... ose the Kazakhstani way of overcoming the stated problem, which combined the experience of a number of countries and today at Kazakhstan has elaborated its policy of training and maintaining the personnel. Some aspects of the given policy in present paper were represented. 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.848 fatcat:7p4dpuo5uvgvfnzv7xxfhozwum