CCG awarded for policy advisory achievement

Tuesday,Oct 30, 2018


On Oct. 19, at the first China Think Tank Construction and Evaluation Forum held by the China Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, the Center for China and Globalization was awarded for its outstanding policy advisory role, as the only independent think tank that won this honor.


The Forum released a report on the evaluation of Chinese think tank achievement and talents in 2018, which compares 157 selected think tanks in terms of their achievements in policy influence, academic research, and talent development.


CCG stands out for their long-term commitment in the policy research and advocacy in the fields including globalization of Chinese talents and enterprises as well as global governance and the achievement in pushing forward the formulation of multiple key policies in China, such as “green card” system, China’s membership in IOM, and the establishment of China’s national Immigration Bureau. In addition, CCG has for several consecutive years held forums, seminars and events on globalization that gather the experts and scholars from China and aboard to present their perspectives on the new challenges and solution and to provide recommendation on how China can cope with the new situation. Its influence on the policies related national talent development, studying abroad and returned Chinese entrepreneurship has also been widely acknowledged.


CCG President Wang Huiyao believes this reward is both an acknowledgement of CCG’s endeavor, but also encouragement for its future work.

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