The Christian Science Monitor Weekly October 22, 2012 – THE GREAT BRAIN GAIN – Why global talent is returning home to work.

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COVER STORY:  The educated and skilled from Brazil to China to Poland have long left home for opportunities abroad.  Now, fewer see developed countries as a better place to be.  This U-turn in the flow of human capital could prove to be a boon for developing nations.  By Sara Miller Llana

INSIDE this week’s Monitor:

  • Focus:  Iran -  A squeeze begins to crush
  • Focus:  Ballot Questions – Initiatives reflect nation’s mood
  • Difference-Makers – Steven Amstrup – Researcher’s work on polar bear conservation in an era of climate change…

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