Condoleezza Rice: Not only can you teach entrepreneurship, you should teach entrepreneurship

Universities are places where we give our students a chance to find what they are passionate about. We give them a chance to explore a whole range of human knowledge. We give them a chance at 18 or 19 years old to engage with ideas that they’ve never even thought of.Details

CCG Releases Study Report about New Generation of Chinese Returnees

The Center for China & Globalization (CCG) and jointly released the 2015 Report on Employment and Entrepreneurship of Chinese Returnees. Details

CCG Symposium Explores Opportunities and Challenges for Outbound Investment in South Asia

The Center for China & Globalization (CCG) continued its series of symposiums on the opportunities and challenges in the countries along the “One Belt, One Road” By hosting an Aug. 26, 2015 discussion focused on South Asia.Details

IOM Director General Visits CCG Headquarters

On Aug. 25, 2015, the Center for China & Globalization welcomed a delegation from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) led by Director General William Swing and the chief representative in China, Mr. Par Liljert. Details

CCG Participated World Bank and IOM Research Projects

Since the first publication of the China International Migration Report in 2012, the Center for China & Globalization (CCG) has continued doing research on global migration, and this work has attracted increasing attention worldwide. At the start of 2014, CCG received special recognition for its work in this field from the International Organization for Migration, which asked the think tank to translate into Chinese the World Migration Report 2013.Details

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Report on Globalization of Chinese Enterprises 2015

CCG's “Report on Chinese Enterprises Globalization (2015)”provides a systematic and comprehensive review of the globalization of Chinese business enterprises from 2014 to 2015. In doing so, the report thoroughly analyzes the various risks and problems these firms face in “going global.” Details

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Annual Report on the Development of China’s Study Abroad (2015) No.4

The General Report first reviews the development of global overseas study and its trends. It then identifies the current situation and developmental features of Chinese studying abroad. These consist of the rapid increase in the number of Chinese students, including teenagers and even younger children, studying overseas, job-oriented oversea study, innovative modes of study abroad, and the growing diversity of overseas study destination countries.Details

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International Headhunting and Competition for Talent

This book, through three chapters, presents an all-encompassing picture of the development of the international headhunting industry to help readers understand the operation of headhunting companies and government headhunting strategies.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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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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