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The Largest Independent Think Tank in China with presence across China and in the World, a proven record of policy influence on the central and local government. An Extensive Global Network of reputable and influential Chinese and international academic scholars, business leaders, and policymakers specialized in China and globalization issues.Details

CCG Establishes Partnership with

The Center for China and Globalization signed a Memorandum of Understanding with, China’s government authorized portal site, signaling the beginning of a strategic partnership to build an online media platform for China’s think tanks.Details

9th Forum on Overseas Chinese Returnees Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Over 500 hundreds of high-ranking government officials, business executives, senior scholars, and overseas Chinese returnees joined together at the 9th Forum on Chinese Overseas Returnees Innovation and Entrepreneurship on Tuesday, Aug. 12th.Details

CCG Releases China’s First Report on Overseas Chinese Professionals

CCG released the Report on Overseas Chinese Professionals (2014) at a joint press conference with the Social Academic Press (China) on Aug. 5, 2014. It is China’s first ever report dedicated to overseas Chinese professionals all over the world.Details

Symposium on Global Think Tank Development and China's Global Think Tanks

A successfully convened seminar on Global Think Tank Development & China’s International Think Tank was hosted by Center for China and Globalization(CCG) and Think Tanks and Civil Society Program(TTCSP) of the University of Pennsylvania and co-organized by the School of Public Policy and Management of Tsinghua University as well as People’s Publishing House in Beijing International Hotel on Jun. 27th, 2014.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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Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Returnees (2013)

Reflecting the latest development of Chinese returnees, Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Returnees 2013 offers an analysis of current policies concerning the attraction of overseas Chinese talents back to China and the overall environment for the development of Chinese returnees.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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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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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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