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Impact of wage penalty on mobility return of French PhDs

Abstract : Expatriation of higher-education graduates raises much concern in many countries often in conjunction with talk about the brain drain. It supposedly entails a risk of losing the skills required for a competitive economy. The issue is all the more acute for PhD graduates, who are expected to play a major part in the knowledge economy. However, questions arise as to the causes of such mobility and its consequences for young graduates' individual career paths.
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Claire Bonnard, Jean-François Giret. Impact of wage penalty on mobility return of French PhDs. Leer Workshop on Education Economics, Leuven Economics of Education Research, Apr 2015, Louvain, Belgium. ⟨halshs-01163844⟩



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