Brain drain in higher education in Europe: current trends and future perspectives

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Giousmpasoglou, Charalampos; Koniordos, S.K.;
  • Publisher: Nova Science Publishers

Since the early 1990s, certain European Union (EU) initiatives such as the Erasmus programme provided the opportunity to a great number of academics, researchers and students to move for a relatively short period of time to other EU member states in order to enhance the... View more
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