Brain Drain, Talent Mobility And Academic Networking
Talent is the key to economic development and the network built among talents is the resource crucial for national competitiveness. Talent is highly mobile and a more talented individual tends to show higher tendency to move on and respond to better economic opportunities. Therefore, managing talent is a challenging job. This paper examines the evolution of brain drain to talent mobility and also analyses talent networking for a special group of talent, that is, academics. The purpose of this paper is to explore the nature and patterns of academic networking, and the challenges in forming and maintaining this network.
Copyright (c) 2014 Cheng Ming Yu, Tan Hoi Piew, Fok Kuk Fai
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