Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/179709
Authors: 
Beaumont, Karolina
Kullas, Matthias
Dauner, Matthias
Styczyńska, Izabela
Lirette, Paul
Year of Publication: 
2017
Series/Report no.: 
CASE Reports 486
Abstract: 
This report provides an analysis of the issues related to female brain drain between Poland and Germany in the years 1989-2015: female and male migration patterns during specific time periods, the challenges of female migration, the emigration of highly-skilled individuals in Poland and Germany, as well as the issues regarding brain drain from a gender perspective. Global female migration is a topic frequently studied in academic literature; however, the topic of female brain drain is one that has long been ignored by academic research. This gap in research on female brain drain is closely related to a significant lack of relevant quantitative data, and, consequently, has led to gaps in policymaking. The aim of this report is to gather all available information on female brain drain and its impact on labour markets, gender equality, female migration, and human capital, while noting the gaps in data and policymaking. A further objective of this report is to highlight the issues that are important for policymaking, as well as to propose adequate polic recommendations. The report aims to provide a current and comprehensive analysis of female brain drain in Poland and in Germany - two neighbouring countries, with complex histories of population migration - as well as an analysis of the economic and societal consequences of this phenomenon for both countries. The publication was prepared within the project "Brain drain/brain gain: Polish-German challenges and perspectives - Focus on the gender aspects of labour migration from 1989" with financial support from the Polish-German Foundation for Science and The Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation.
Subjects: 
Brain drain
brain gain
brain circulation
labour migration
intra-EU migration
Poland
Germany
gender equality
women's migration
highly-educated migrants
JEL: 
J11
J16
J24
F22
O15
R23
ISBN: 
978-83-7178-650-1
Document Type: 
Research Report
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