China’s Domestic and International Migration Development

In recent, the renowned international academic publisher Springer has published China’s Domestic and International Migration Development, a significant research on migration in China, which is edited by President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG) Dr. Wang Huiyao and CCG Secretary-General Dr. Miao Lu.

China’s Domestic and International Migration Development contains 3 major parts and 6 chapters, ranging from China’s domestic migration study to comparative studies of international migration policies as well as EU-China cooperation on related areas. It offers the most comprehensive, up-to-date assessment of China’s domestic and international migration. Restructuring economic development requires large numbers of educated and skilled talents, but this effort comes at a time when the size of China’s domestic workforce is shrinking. In response, both national and regional
governments in China have been keen to encourage overseas Chinese talents and professionals to return to the country. Meanwhile, the Chinese government as initiated a number of policies to attract international highly-skilled talents and enhance the country’s competitiveness, and administration efforts to attract and retain skilled domestic or overseas talents are helping to reshape China’s economy and are significantly affecting the cooperation on migration and talent mobility, these aspects, in addition to being of scholarly and research interest, hold considerable commercial potential.

So far, China’s Domestic and International Migration Development has represented the highest level of research on China’s domestic and international migration, being highly spoken of its academic value. This book also provides a number of practical recommendations on immigrant administration policies, which can be a significant reference for Chinese government to complete and improve migration administration in the future.

Being a leading internationalized social think tank in China, Center for China and Globalization (CCG) has a number of English publications published by Springer, Edward Elgar and other renowned ninternational publishers. CCG attaches great significance on the originality and innovation of academic research, constantly focuses on think tank research results, and publishes more than 10 Chinese and English publications every year, including blue books on globalization of talents and globalization of enterprises. These core researches lay the solid foundation for CCG’s authority and influence in the field of international talents, overseas study, overseas returnees, migration and other topic related to globalization.

The publication of China’s Domestic and International Migration Development is due to CCG’s efforts and hard work on China’s globalization. It offers a window for the international community to know about China’s migration policies and better understand China, and eventually, it will help promote China’s cultural influence.

Springer is one of the world leading academic publishers, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content through innovative information, products and services. Having a rigorous attitude towards academic research and high standards for publications, Springer is supported by researchers and experts worldwide. Therefore, CCG’s publication of China’s Domestic and International Migration Development not only shows CCG’s ability in academic study but also its profound influence around the world.

Table of Contents

I Domestic Migration and Urbanization

  1. Effects of Shifting
    Migration Patterns and Urbanization on China’s Economy and Society
  2. Survey on Internal Migration
    among Highly Educated Chinese Talent

II International Migration and Talent Attraction Policies

  1. Comparative
    Study of Admission Policies and Mechanisms for Attracting Foreign Talent in the
  2. China’s
    Talent Attraction Policies in the Present Age

III EU-China Cooperation on Migration and Mobility

  1. Talent Migration in and out
    of China at a Glance
  2. EU-China Migration Policies
    and Legal Frameworks

Appendix I

Appendix II

Appendix III

Appendix IV