Final Findings of the Research Project for Strengthening the Brain Circulation Mechanism were Presented
On Wednesday, November 9, the ASEF Institute for Education and Research and the Institute for Slovenian Emigration and Migration of ZRC SAZU, presented the key findings of the targeted research project CRP 2019, at the invitation of the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. The research was aimed at finding ways to mitigate effects of brain drain and stimulation of brain circulation.
The conclusions of the project were presented in three sets. First was the presentation of the results of the quantitative research, then followed the presentation of the results of the qualitative research, and last were presented the findings of a comparative analysis of the policies of other countries in the area of brain circulation, which could be modeled after. As part of the entire event, a lively discussion took place.
The head of the research project Dr. Dejan Valentinčič, Barbara Zagorc and Maruša Sirk contributed on behalf of the ASEF Institute, and on behalf of the Institute for Slovenian Emigration and Migration ZRC SAZU Dr. Marina Lukšič Hacin, Ph.D. Marijanca Ajša Vižintin and Maja Gostič took part in the research.
The entire final research report is publicly available, as are the policy recommendations supported by the research findings.
CRP 2019 Mitigating the consequences of brain drain and strengthening the brain circulation mechanism (No. V5-1928) was co-financed from November 1st 2019 to October 31st 2021 by the Public Research Agency of the Republic of Slovenia (ARRS) and the Ministry of Education, Science and of Sport (MIZŠ). It was implemented by the ASEF Institute for Education and Research and the Institute for Slovenian Emigration and Migration ZRC SAZU.