Exploring the brain drain

Exploring the brain drain

Phenomena of so-called «brain-drain» is explored through a visualization
displaying main income and outcome researchers’ flows on 16 Countries,
and discovering correlations with other parameters.
Each country is visualized displaying: GDP procapita, female working rate, inoccupancy rate, universities ranking, foreign researchers %, foreign people among the whole popoulation %, emigrant researchers’ %, emigrant people upon the whole popoulation,
emigrant researchers coming back to home country and main countries researchers come from and move towards.
ENGLISH VERSION HERE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/accurat/8423908166/in/set-72157632185046466

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Posted Jan 28, 2013
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