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Parliamentary questions
7 October 2008
ORAL QUESTION for Question Time at the part-session in November 2008 pursuant to Rule 109 of the Rules of Procedure by Emmanouil Angelakas to the Commission

 Subject: Europe - a more attractive place for researchers

Statistics show that the European Union produces more graduates in the pure sciences than the USA or Japan.. Nevertheless, studies reveal that Europe is unable to retain its high percentage of graduate research scientists and that there is a 'brain drain' to countries outside the EU. This situation gives just cause for concern, particularly at a time when Europe is aspiring to become the most dynamic, knowledge-based economy in the world.

What are the main reasons for this phenomenon and what are its implications for the EU? Does the Commission have statistics on the employment of graduate researchers for each Member State?

Original language of question: EL
Posledná úprava: 20. októbra 2008Právne oznámenie