Economic development and export of human capital. A contradiction?
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Economic development and export of human capital. A contradiction? the impact of human capital migration on the economy of sending countries ; a case study of Jordan by Nadim Zaqqa

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Published by Kassel Univ. Press in Kassel .
Written in English


  • Ru cku berweisung (Migranten),
  • Arbeitnehmer,
  • Internationale Arbeitsmobilita t,
  • Humankapital,
  • Bildung,
  • Bildungsertrag,
  • Entwicklung,
  • Jordanien,
  • Brain Drain,
  • Migration,
  • Auswanderung,
  • Bildungsinvestition,
  • Wirtschaftlichkeit

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Edition Notes

Zugl.: Kassel, Univ., Diss., 2006

StatementNadim Zaqqa
SeriesInternational labor migration -- Vol. 1, International labor migration -- Vol. 1.
The Physical Object
Pagination164 S.
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25553018M
ISBN 103899582055
ISBN 109783899582055

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