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Autor
Murdoch Anna (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Tytuł
Emigracja lekarzy z Polski
Źródło
Monografie i Opracowania / Szkoła Główna Handlowa, 2011, nr 577, 384 s., bibliogr.284 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Emigracja, Historia, Ekonomia neoklasyczna, Kapitał ludzki, Migracja
Emigration, History, Neoclassical economy, Human capital, Migration
Uwagi
streszcz.
Firma/Organizacja
Organizacja Współpracy Gospodarczej i Rozwoju, Unia Europejska (UE)
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developement, European Union (EU)
Kraj/Region
Francja, Irlandia, Niemcy, Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki, Wielka Brytania
France, Germany, United States of America (USA), United Kingdom
Abstrakt
Emigracja to zjawisko, które nieodmiennie pozostawia ślad na kolejnych pokoleniach Polaków. Gdy zacznie się ją analizować, to można skonstatować, że polską emigrację cechuje zarówno liczebność, jak i odpływ kadr wykwalifikowanych, choć ten o wiele trudniej jest udokumentować i analizować. Celem artykułu jest pokazanie uwarunkowań(głównie natury ekonomicznej, które w Polsce przyczyniają się do podejmowania decyzji o emigracji w grupie zawodowej lekarzy. Lekarze, postrzegani są jako racjonalni posiadacze kapitału ludzkiego, dzięki możliwościom stworzonym przez akcesję Polski do Unii Europejskiej, mogą planować przebieg swojej kariery zawodowej w najlepszy sposób,tj. uzyskiwać najlepszy spodziewany zwrot z inwestycji w swoje wykształcenie w każdym kraju OEG. Wykazano - przez weryfikację Hipotez 2.i 3., że najlepszy spodziewany zwrot lekarz uzyska w rozwiniętym europejskim kraju OECD, innym niż Polska. Należy przy tym zwrócić uwagę, że szacunki wysokości tego zwrotu i skumulowanego strumienia zarobków ciągu życia zawodowego obliczono w sposób konserwatywny, tj. przyjmując średnie zarobki lekarzy w krajach OECD jako zarobki w każdym okresie oraz obliczając średnie zarobki dla większości krajów OECD.
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