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  • noun Alternative spelling of brain gain.

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Examples

  • After that, a broad-based coalition can be assembled to enthusiastically support a brain-gain policy that helps make America more prosperous and better able to accommodate the tired, poor and huddled masses of the world as well.

    Give Us Your Smart, Your Well-Educated Entrepreneurs

  • What is important is that African Christians are converting the brain-drain into brain-gain and brain circulation.

    African blessings

  • "It is envisaged that this initiative will also result in a brain-gain for South African science and technology," the department said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "It is essential that our migration policies encourage a brain-gain and that we admit to our communities people with professional skills."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Among recommendations put forward by Cohen are the setting up of a brain-gain network, recruiting abroad in key segments and promoting the return of talent through incentives.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Among recommendations put forward by Cohen are the setting up of a brain-gain network, recruiting abroad in key segments and promoting the return of talent through incentives.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Are Najib and his Cabinet prepared to stake their political reputation on their ability to staunch the brain-drain of Malaysians as well as to successfully implement a brain-gain programme not only to get the "best and the brightest" from the two-million strong Malaysian diaspora to return to serve the country, but also to attract the service of the "best and brightest" in the world?

    Lim Kit Siang

  • Are Najib and his Cabinet prepared to stake their political reputation on their ability to staunch the brain-drain of Malaysians as well as to successfully implement a brain-gain programme not only to get the "best and the brightest" from the two-million strong Malaysian diaspora to return to serve the country, but also to attract the service of the "best and brightest" in the world?

    Planet Malaysia

  • Are Najib and his Cabinet prepared to stake their political reputation on their ability to staunch the brain-drain of Malaysians as well as to successfully implement a brain-gain programme not only to get the "best and the brightest" from the two-million strong Malaysian diaspora to return to serve the country, but also to attract the service of the "best and brightest" in the world?

    Lim Kit Siang

  • I am talking about the brain-gain that comes from an additional language.

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