Intellectual Migration and Brain Circulation:

Conceptual Framework and Empirical Evidence

知识移民和智力流动: 概念框架和实证研究

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A growing body of academic research and policy initiatives has addressed the global race for talent against the backdrop of the unprecedented scope and pace of skilled international migration. In this article, we coin the term “intellectual migration” as an analytical framework for international migration to explore how the experiences of students and skilled migrants to the United States from Brazil, Russia, India, and China (the bric countries) complicate notions of brain circulation. This framework not only brings together students and skilled migrants but also takes into account the complex relationship between these migrants’ career aspirations and their connections to their (extended) families, their racialization in the United States, and economic and geopolitical changes in their home countries.

Intellectual Migration and Brain Circulation:

Conceptual Framework and Empirical Evidence

知识移民和智力流动: 概念框架和实证研究

in Journal of Chinese Overseas

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