John McHale
John McHale
Established Professor of Economics, National University of Ireland, Galway
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TitleCited byYear
Give us your best and brightest: The global hunt for talent and its impact on the developing world
D Kapur, J McHale
Center for Global Development, 2005
Gone but not forgotten: knowledge flows, labor mobility, and enduring social relationships
A Agrawal, I Cockburn, J McHale
Journal of Economic Geography 6 (5), 571-591, 2006
How do spatial and social proximity influence knowledge flows? Evidence from patent data
A Agrawal, D Kapur, J McHale
Journal of urban economics 64 (2), 258-269, 2008
Brain drain or brain bank? The impact of skilled emigration on poor-country innovation
A Agrawal, D Kapur, J McHale, A Oettl
Journal of Urban Economics 69 (1), 43-55, 2011
Gone but not forgotten: Labor flows, knowledge spillovers, and enduring social capital
A Agrawal, I Cockburn, J McHale
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003
Migration's new payoff
D Kapur, J McHale
Foreign Policy, 49-57, 2003
The Risk of Social Security Benefit-Rule Changes: Some International Evidence
J McHale
Risk aspects of investment-based social security reform, 247-290, 2001
Mobile Human Capital and High-Tech Industry Development in India, Ireland, and Israel
D Kapur, J McHale
From underdogs to tigers: The rise and growth of the software industry in …, 2005
The fiscal impact of high-skilled emigration: Flows of Indians to the US
MA Desai, D Kapur, J McHale, K Rogers
Journal of Development Economics 88 (1), 32-44, 2009
Sharing the spoils: Taxing international human capital flows
MA Desai, D Kapur, J McHale
International Tax and Public Finance 11 (5), 663-693, 2004
The global migration of talent: What does it mean for developing countries
D Kapur, J McHale
CGD Brief (Washington: Center for Global Development), 2005
Should a cosmopolitan worry about the “Brain Drain”?
D Kapur, J McHale
Ethics & International Affairs 20 (3), 305-320, 2006
The fiscal impact of the brain drain: indian emigration to the US
MA Desai, D Kapur, J McHale
Third Annual NBER-FCAER Conference, 2001
Does brain drain lead to institutional gain? A cross country empirical investigation
X Li, J McHale
Manuscript: Queen’s University, 2006
Birds of a feather-better together? Exploring the optimal spatial distribution of ethnic inventors
A Agrawal, D Kapur, J McHale
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
Why stars matter
AK Agrawal, J McHale, A Oettl
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
Is Post‐Communist Health Spending Unusual?
J Kornai, J McHale
Economics of Transition 8 (2), 369-399, 2000
Emigrants and institutions
X Li, J McHale
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and National University of Ireland, Galway, 2009
Brain drain or brain bank
A Agrawal, D Kapur, J McHale, A Oettl
The impact of skilled, 2011
Collaboration, stars, and the changing organization of science: Evidence from evolutionary biology
A Agrawal, J McHale, A Oettl
The changing frontier: Rethinking science and innovation policy, 75-102, 2014
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