Anjali Sahay, assistant professor of political science and director of Gannon University's international studies program, published a 262-page book titled, "Indian Diaspora in the United States."
The book offers a new perspective on the topic of brain drain, which included discussions on "brain gain" and "brain circulation" using Indian migration to the United States as a case study.
Gannon University takes the book synopsis further:
Sahay’s book argues that while it cannot be denied that host countries have policies that encourage or provide the necessary conditions for brain drain to take place, it must be taken into account that many source countries now benefit from out-migration of their workers and students.
Benefits of out-migration? That's crazy talk.