Canadian involvement in the brain drain from Africa: opportunities for action

This paper discusses the ‘brain drain problem’ (i.e. when the emigration of a particular individual constitutes a problem for the country of emigration) from the Third World and more specifically form Africa to Canada, not just as a consequence of Canadian immigration policy but also in the context of immigration being a significant element of Canada’s overall relations with developing countries. Ref., notes, tab.

Title:Canadian involvement in the brain drain from Africa: opportunities for action
Author: Sinclair, Michael
Year:1979
Periodical:Issue
Volume:9
Issue:4
Pages:19-25
Language:English
Geographic term:Africa
Subject:brain drain
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/1166898
Abstract:This paper discusses the ‘brain drain problem’ (i.e. when the emigration of a particular individual constitutes a problem for the country of emigration) from the Third World and more specifically form Africa to Canada, not just as a consequence of Canadian immigration policy but also in the context of immigration being a significant element of Canada’s overall relations with developing countries. Ref., notes, tab.