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UNIVERSITE DE YAOUNDE II
THE UNIVERSITY OF YAOUNDE II
FACULTE DES SCIENCES * *NOUVEAU PROGRAMME DE
*ECONOMIQUES ET DE GESTION * TROISIEME CYCLE INTERUNIVERSITAIRE
* B.P. 1365- YAOUNDEII * (NPTCI) EN ECONOMIE
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*Topic: Impact of Brain Drain on* Africa
Supervised by:
Pr. DJOCKOUA
Authors:DJAMAWA- ENDJIKPENO Hermas Guy Socrate
AMBAGNA Jean Joël
MOUKAM Claudiane Yanick
LACMAGO GAFFO Christiane
EHAWA EHAWA
KOMTIGNIMI OMBIONO Emile
SIMO FOTSO Arlette
Academic Year2010- 2011
SUMMARY
Introduction
Causes of Brain Drain in Africa Lack of good governance
Lack of opportunities
Lack of social wellbeing
Consequences ofBrain Drain Negative
Positive
Solution Conclusion
INTRODUCTION
Globalization is characterized by a free movement of good, services, financial capital and people. InAfrica, we can observe a large-scale emigration of people with technical skills or knowledge: it is brain drain. It also occurs when Africans studying away from their homeland do not return to theircountries. This phenomenon affects the African development, so what is the impact of Human capital flight on the African’s economies. To assess this impact of Brain Drain in Africa, we presented firstly themain causes; next, we analyze the consequences; then, we suggest measures to fight against it.
I-CAUSES OF BRAIN DRAIN IN AFRICA
Brain Drain in Africa is normally due to conflict, lack ofopportunities, political instability, health risk, unemployment and lack of social wellbeing. All those reason can be group as follow:
Lack of good governance It is characterize by the lack ofdemocracy and liberty, political instability which cause conflicts. Political instability increases the rates at which professionals move to the developed nations.
e.g: The war in Sudan between...
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