The International Mobility of Talent and Innovation

New Evidence and Policy Implications

Carsten Fink (Redaktør) ; Ernest Miguelez (Redaktør)

Drawing on fresh data, this book investigates why talented individuals migrate and how they shape innovation around the world. Les mer
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Drawing on fresh data, this book investigates why talented individuals migrate and how they shape innovation around the world.

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1. Introduction: the international mobility of talent and innovation: new evidence and policy implications Carsten Fink and Ernest Miguelez; Part I. The International Mobility of Inventors: Data and Stylized Facts: 2. International mobility of knowledge workers and high-skilled migration Caglar OEzden and Christopher Parsons; 3. Inventor data for research on migration and innovation: a survey and a pilot Stefano Breschi, Francesco Lissoni and Gianluca Tarasconi; 4. Measuring the international mobility of inventors: a new database Ernest Miguelez and Carsten Fink; 5. The determinants of the international mobility of inventors Carsten Fink, Ernest Miguelez and Julio Raffo; Part II. Migration, IP, Diasporas, Knowledge Flows and Innovation: 6. US high-skilled immigration, innovation, and entrepreneurship: empirical approaches and evidence William Kerr; 7. Diaspora networks, knowledge flows and brain drain Ajay K. Agrawal; 8. Intellectual property protection and the brain drain Alireza Naghavi; 9. Brain drain, intellectual property rights and development in Africa Francois Kabore.

Om forfatteren

Carsten Fink is Chief Economist of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Geneva. Before joining WIPO, he was Professor of International Economics at the Universitat St Gallen, Switzerland and held visiting scholar positions at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. Prior to his academic appointments, Professor Fink worked for more than ten years at the World Bank. Ernest Miguelez is Researcher at the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), attached to Universite Montesquieu, Bordeaux IV. He received his Ph.D. from the Universitat de Barcelona in 2013. He previously held a research economist position at the World Intellectual Property Organization.