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|The transformative aspect of open and distance learning towards equity and national brain gain: the Zimbabwe Open University case.
|The African brain drain: intellectual diaspora to manage the drain: what are the options?
|Investing in return: rates of return of African PhDs trained in North America
||Brhane, Mesky; Kassimir, Ronald; Pires, Mike
|The internationalisation of higher education in South Africa: progress and challenges
|Sisyphus or the scientific communities of Algeria
||El Kenz, Ali; Waast, Roland
|Higher education in Africa: crisis, reforms and transformation
||Assie-Lumumba, N'dri T.
|Postgraduate training in agricultural sciences in Ethiopia: achievements and challenges
|Turning the ebbing tide: knowledge flows and health in low-income countries
||Mc Auliffe, Eilish; MacLachlan, Malcolm
|Internal brain drain and its impact on higher education institutions' capacity building and human resource development in Sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Tanzania
||Ishengoma, Johnson M.
|Brain drain or brain gain? Global policy on scientific mobility 1990-2007: The role of universities
|The brain drain phenomenon in Nigeria and struggles by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to redress it
|Brain drain in the health sector in Africa: examples from the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan Nigeria
|Science and technology human resource capacity building in Africa: the role of regional cooperation
|Opportunities for forging higher education partnerships with Africans in the Diaspora
||Akinmusuru, Joe; Esiobu, Diuto; Obiekwe, Mike
|Staff retention in African universities: elements of a sustainable strategy
||Tettey, Wisdom J.
|Higher education in Africa and the critical question of brain drain: the case of Nigerian Americans
||Afolayan, Michael O.