Malaysian brain drain: Voices echoing through research


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  • Sunday, 19 May 2024

Analysis of extensive empirical research on the Malaysian brain drain highlights a persistent and substantial issue spanning several decades. Despite its entrenched and well-established presence, successive administrations have consistently neglected this matter, resulting in its escalation into a formidable challenge now inherited by the present government.

Meanwhile, the voices of the Malaysian brain drain echoing through decades of research emphasise the urgent need for effective measures to alleviate this phenomenon. They also offer crucial insights that can’t be ignored in devising effective interventions driven by data, science, and economics.

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