Greek companies, the unknown X in brain drain

Monday, 01/07/2019

Kathimerini and editor Lina Giannarou share the results of "Talents and businesses in Greece: A difficult coexistence? " reseach, conducted by Dr. Pavlos Vlachos, Associate Professor of Marketing and Dr. Kostas Tasoulis, Associate Professor of Human Resources along with Dr. George Therious from IHU, Dr. Christos Cabolis from IMD World Competitiveness Center and with the support of Mrs.Lena Triantogiannis, ΜΒΑ Partner, Egon Zehnder  & Mrs. Evdokia Pappa, Ph.D. Research Associate, Egon Zehnder.

Read the article (in Greek) here

Many researchers are examining brain drain in relationship to broader factors such as the economic environment, unemployment and corruption. However, for such a complex subject a multi-level analysis is required,  tapping into 
micro-level (individual), medium-level  (business) and macro-level (economy) factors.
The present research contributes significantly to the second level, as the role of businesses in the brain drain phenomenon has not been shown in earlier studies. Using one theory of social psychology, the Stereotype Content Model, the reseach supports that an important aspect of brain drain is related to the perceptions employees have for business. 

You may download the reasech (in Greek) here 


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