CCG Roundtable 2: "One Belt, One Road", AIIB and Talent Policies

April 14th, CCG focused the second Roundtable event on the AIIB and the "One Belt, One Road" initiatives from the talent policy perspective. The participants examined the issues of whether China has sufficient experience in leading the AIIB, the kind of talented people needed to ensure its success and that of the "One Belt, One Road," and what challenges can be expected and how to tackle them. Details

CCG Roundtable 1 : Chinese MNCs Entering New Phase of Development

CCG held the first session of its roundtable series on the theme of "Chinese MNCs Entering a New Phase of Development" on April 13th in Beijing. This roundtable featured Dr. Wang Zhile, a senior research fellow from the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation affiliated with the Ministry of Commerce.Details

CCG joins leading Singapore thinktank in hosting a discussion of China's political situation

After holding two highly successful Chinese charity law symposiums in the United States at the Harvard Kennedy School and in New York City, the Center for China & Globalization (CCG) has taken another major step forward in deepening its global footprint by co-hosting an April 12, 2015 Forum that discussed China’s current political situation with the Longus Institute for Development and Strategy (LIDS), a prominent Singapore-based think tank.Details

CCG President Leads Discussion about the Future of China's Export Economy at 2015 Boao Forum

The Boao Forum For Asia (BFA), one of the most prestigious forums for government leaders, prominent business people, and top-flight academic and non-academic scholars and experts from Asia and other continents to exchange their views on the most pressing issues in the Asia-Pacific region and the world, held its 2015 annual conference on March 26-29th in Boao, Hainan province.Details

CCG Releases 3rd Blue Book Report on Chinese International Migration

March 19th, Beijing-The Center for China & Globalization (CCG) released the 2015 Report on Chinese International Migration, the third one of the annual Blue Book Report series. Details

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Annual Report on Chinese International Migration(2015)

Our “Annual Report on Chinese International Migration (2015)” investigates and elaborates on the latest trends and characteristics of Chinese migrants in order to obtain a thorough understanding on the current status of international migration from 2013 to 2014.Details

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Peport on Globalization of Chinese Enterprises(2014)

Report on Chinese Enterprises Going Global 2014 reviews the process of foreign direct investments around the world and Chinese enterprises’ overseas expansion, and analyses the current situation, trends and features of international investment in recent years. Meanwhile, this report discusses Chinese enterprises’ foreign investments in these years and brings out the challenges they confronted. To accelerate the globalization of Chinese enterprises and improve efficiency of their internalization,Details

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Report on Overseas Chinese Professionals (2014)

With an overview of overseas Chinese professionals, the report analyzes the new features and trends of this group of people, offering suggestions as to how to better mobilize their resources.Details

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Annual Report on Chinese International Migration (2014)

In 2013, the number of international migrants reached 232 million and the annual growth rate has been 2% for the last several years. This report summarizes the new characteristics and trends of Chinese international migration in 2012-2013. This report divided into five parts, including General Report, Special Reports, Regional Reports, Emigration Service Agency Reports and Appendixes.Details

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Annual Report on the Development of China’s Study Abroad (2013)

Annual Report on the Development of China’s Study Abroad (2013) aims to examine the latest situation and characteristics of the development of China’s study abroad and to analyze the hot issues appearing in that process. This report includes six parts: the General Report, the Investigative Report, the Regional Report, the Featured Reports, Study Abroad Consulting Agencies Report and Appendix.Details

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Global Think Tanks

This book offers a comprehensive review and research of more than 30 top think tanks worldwide with many first-hand observations. Drawing on the experiences of world leading think tanks and examining on the philosophy and practice of these global think tanks, the authors analyze the emerging and development of Chinese think tanks, their trends, challenges and opportunities.Details

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Chinese Returnees: Driving Force of Chinese Innovation

Chinese Returnees: Driving Force of Chinese Innovation is a history of Chinese overseas students and more importantly, a history of Chinese returnees and the revitalization of China.Details


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