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The «brain drain» in the institutional system of the human capital reproduction in modern Russia

русская версия

Опубликовано на портале: 25-10-2011
An important factor in the human capital reduction in post-Soviet Russia is considered as the emigration of scientifi c personnel — a «brain drain». Statistics shows, however, that the magnitude of this phenomenon in the 2000s was small. Scientists, who went abroad for permanent residence and went to work on contract, do not exceed 2% of the total number of Russian scientists who have degrees. At the same time increasingly popular concept of «brain circulation» proves that the departure of scientists from Russia abroad is not only a threat to the development of domestic science, but at the same time also a chance to give further incentive to its development.
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