Brain Drain and Brain Gain in Europe / Brain Drain und Brain Gain in Europa: An Evaluation of the East-European Migration to Germany / Eine Evaluation der Wanderung aus Mittel- und Osteuropa nach Deutschland
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KeywordsInternational Migration; east enlargment of the european union; externalities of human capital; (new) growth theory; macroeconomic simulation models; Internationale Wanderung; Ost-Erweiterung der Europäischen Union; Externalitäten des Humankapitals; (Neue) Wachstumstheorie; Makroökonomische Simulationsmodelle;
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