Issue 1/2003, 9. Volume
Internationale Mobilität oder brain drain? Die Migration russischer Wissenschaftler und Hochschulangehöriger in den 90er Jahren
In the last decade of the 20th century the migration of scientists from East European transformation states resembled more and more a brain drain. In the countries like the Russian Federation a permanent and one-sided brain drain of highly skilled professionals from economic and research institutions and universities is taking place. However, the form of the scientific migration from Russia has changed: temporary outflows have significantly exceeded permanent emigration, and the scale of temporary engagements of Russian scholars in other countries has increased.