Migration channel as a source of human resource capacity replenishment of innovation economy segment

This article considers existing approaches to study possibilities of filling the needs of research and innovation sector through use of the migration channel. For these purposes, author classifies skilled and highly qualified personnel, who one way or another affects innovative development. She further discusses problems of personnel movement, especially in the process of external migration

Keywords: intellectual migration, international intellectual migration, research and innovation, innovative personnel classification


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