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Assessment of the impact of migration of health professionals on the labour market and health sector performance in destination countries

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  • Wickramasekara, Piyasiri.

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  • Wickramasekara, Piyasiri., 2014. "Assessment of the impact of migration of health professionals on the labour market and health sector performance in destination countries," ILO Working Papers 994855613402676, International Labour Organization.
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