DESTINATIONS UNKNOWN:
PERSPECTIVES ON THE BRAIN DRAIN IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

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David A. McDonald and Jonathan Crush, eds. Destinations Unknown: Perspectives on the Brain Drain (Pretoria: Africa Institute and SAMP, 2002).

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Thinking About the Brain Drain in Southern Africa
Jonathan Crush and David McDonald

Chapter 1
The Brain Drain: What Do Skilled South Africans Think?
Robert Mattes and Wayne Richmond

Chapter 2
Women in the Brain Drain: Gender and Skilled Migration from South Africa
Belinda Dodson

Chapter 3
Dealing in Scarce Skills: Employer Responses to the Brain Drain in South Africa
C.M.Rogerson and J.M.Rogerson

Chapter 4
The Brain Drain: An Outline of Skilled Emigration From South Africa
Mercy Brown, David Kaplan and Jean-Baptiste Meyer

Chapter 5
The Brain Gain and Legal Immigration to Post-Apartheid South Africa
Robert Mattes, Jonathan Crush and Wayne Richmond

Chapter 6
To Stay or Not To Stay: Perspectives on the Emigration Potential of Skilled Batswana
Eugene K Campbell

Chapter 7
Skilled Immigrants in Botswana: A Stable But Temporary Workforce
John O Oucho

Chapter 8
Migration Attitudes of Skilled Professionals in Lesotho
John Gay


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