Why Italian migration is growing exponentially

Mar 24, 2015 928

With the help of Marco Mancassola, an Italian author and journalist based in London, a few weeks ago the New York Times tried to explore the reasons why Italian migration is growing so rapidly. 

According to the author, in the 1990s Italian migration was "mainly associated with the flight of researchers, scientists and other highly skilled professionals attracted by the chance for better careers abroad. For a G-7 country at the time this was unparalleled. But hardly anyone in the government or the establishment seemed to care, no matter how suicidal brain drain can be for a country over the long term".

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Source: http://www.thisisitaly-panorama.com/

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