CCG advocates the development of talent mobility. Committed to study of the globalization of talent, CCG conducts major research projects, organizes events, publishes books and research reports in the fields of international talent, international migration, overseas Chinese, and the situation of talent studying abroad and returning to China.
Impact on Policymaking Based on solid empirical research results, CCG proposes a series of policy recommendations to improve China's talent development and immigration system, and plays an active role in promoting major policies, such as the establishment of the National Immigration Administration.
CCG has published a series of Blue Books such as the Blue Book of Global Talent: Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Students Studying Abroad, Blue Book of Global Talent: Annual Report on Chinese International Migration, Blue Book of Regional Talent: Report on China’s Regional International Talent Competitiveness, and the IOM World Migration Report, as well as a series of English books with Springer, including China’s Domestic and International Migration Development, filling the gap in the field of international talent research in China.
CCG has established brand forums such as the China Talent 50 Forum and the Global Education 50 People Forum, and has hosted the China Overseas Returnees Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum for many years.
CCG's initiative of establishing the Alliance of Global Talent Organizations is supported by relevant national ministries and the Beijing municipal government. CCG’s proposal was selected to participate in the first Paris Peace Forum and CCG held an event on the Alliance of Global Talent Organizations titled “Brain Drain: Making Better Use of the World’s Talent” at the second Paris Peace Forum.
Harvey Dzodin: Effects of pandemic create opportunities for business
On May 22, the day the National People’s Congress convened, China Daily reported on the expectations of foreign business executives for the two sessions for their companies. I strongly suspect that based on their comments, these three dozen men and women corporate leaders were especially pleased by Premier Li Keqiang’s Government Work Report as it impacted them in this challenging time of COVID-19.May 27 , 2020
Jorge Heine: World trade, from bad to worse?
The recent resignation of World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo, effective in September, one year before the end of his second term in office, has thrown a monkey wrench into the world trading system. With the WTO already in serious trouble, this resignation could not have come at a worse moment.May 26 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: Chinese economy’s resilience helps ease unemployment challenges
The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has changed the lives of everyone around the world and may even change the global landscape. While Western countries are still struggling with COVID-19, China has started its economic recovery.May 21 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: Reform the WTO for a post-coronavirus world
In 1941, at the height of World War II, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt met secretly in a desolate bay off Newfoundland. Over the next four days, they thrashed out what would become one of the most important documents of the 20th century: the Atlantic Charter. It laid out principles for the post-war order, key among which were economic cooperation and a trading system open to all.May 14 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: Rising to challenges
The novel coronavirus has become a catalyst for change. Shocking death tolls and severe economic headwinds have compelled countries and world leaders to reflect on the state of our multilateral institutions.May 14 , 2020