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Un’analisi empirica del brain drain per i paesi del Nord Africa verso i principali paesi Europei

  • Romano Piras
  • Anass Bensaid

L’obiettivo principale di questo lavoro è quello di capire quali siano i principali fattori che determinano le migrazioni degli individui maggiormente istruiti da alcuni paesi della sponda Sud del Mediterraneo, verso i principali paesi europei. I nostri risultati confermano le conclusioni raggiunte dai piu recenti lavori empirici sulle migrazioni qualificate internazionali. In particolare viene evidenziato che i differenziali di reddito, i tassi di disoccupazione, i precedenti legami coloniali e la lingua comune, nonché la spesa sociale e la popolazione nei paesi di destinazione influenzano in maniera decisiva il tasso migratorio degli individui altamente qualificati. Contrariamente alle aspettative, né la distanza geografica, né gli effetti di network appaiono influenzare i flussi migratori qualificati.

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Article provided by FrancoAngeli Editore in its journal SCIENZE REGIONALI.

Volume (Year): 2011/1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 81-108

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Handle: RePEc:fan:scresc:v:html10.3280/scre2011-001004
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