본문내용Do developing countries gain or lose when their brightest talents go abroad?
"THE people I have recruited, I have convinced personally. I have gone to their
houses, met their families. They come here because they see this as a
challenge." Edi Rama, the mayor of Tirana, capital of Albania, faces a familiar
struggle for a boss these days, to get and keep good staff. But he is fighting
for talent in a country where GDP per head is under $4,000--less than a quarter
that of neighbouring Greece, where some 500,000 Albanian emigrants now work.
Mr Rama is increasingly in direct competition with much richer countries, too.
Canada and Australia, which pioneered "points" schemes to select would-be
immigrants with skills, have been tilting these to take an even higher
proportion of such people, and the United States has rapidly increased the
supply of temporary visas for skilled workers.
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