Brain drain along linguistic lines?

Evidence seems to show that the “brain drain” effect is strong along linguistic lines, so that the income distribution along the top income brackets for a few of the largest English-speaking countries move in tandem with each other.

I wonder if the same can be found for Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America?

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