Talent War 2.0

Friday,Jan 19, 2018





Preface / 001

Chapter One    Global vision: future talent landscape / 001

Talent and state / 002

Behind the transfer of world center / 002

“World war” with no smoke / 008

Talent and economy / 014

Population crisis: Where are the young people / 014

Population, talent_mobility and economic growth / 018

Talent and future / 023

Global technological revolution and talent / 023

Future trend of global talent market / 027

Chapter Two Talent war: the war for the world's most scarce resource / 033

States of immigrants / 034

The United States: absorbing global talent / 034

“The land of maples”: competing for seeking adequate talents / 040

“The kingdom of kangaroo”: favoring vocational talents / 045

European powers / 051

Germany: from “Back to Germany” to “Welcome to Germany”  / 051

France: talent “realism”  / 057

Britain: who do we want to attract?  / 061

Pocket power / 066

Japan: the choice of “set off again”  / 066

Israel: tiny state with numerous talents / 070

BRICS / 078

India: farewell to “Talent colony”  / 078

Russia: the rejuvenation of the polar bear / 084

Asian NIEs / 091

Singapore: “The nation founded on talent”  / 091

Korea: Building a “talent power”  / 096

Chapter Three The imminent talent war: how to win?  / 103

Challenges and opportunities for China / 104

The outflow and loss of talent / 104

The backflow and return of talent / 113

The integration and re_lost of talent / 120

The circumfluence and co_share of talent / 125

Talent's development in “software” and “hardware”  / 130

Talent's return will shift China / 134

How to do?  / 142

Talent immigration: the permanent measures to introduce talent / 142

Strategy of studying abroad: stick a green card on diploma / 150

Overseas Chinese card: the most dominant international talent policy / 156

Strategy of national headhunter: invisible hunter / 158

Strategy of special talents: integrate with international talent mechanism / 160

Strategy of “talent bank”: NGOs and talent pool / 164

Strategy of attracting talent through career opportunities: “science and technology park +risk funds”  / 167

Strategy of education internationalization: open part of education market / 170

Strategy of international cooperation and exchange: integrate overseas talents / 173

Strategy of culture export: attract talents through “Chinese Dream”  / 175

Conclusion / 181

Appendix: The immigration and entry system of the world's major countries / 184

References / 214

Postscript / 221




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