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.
CCG Report: White Paper on the Cultivation of International Talent in China
Based on research and analysis, this report has constructed a framework for the international communication literacy of international talent, including three levels: emotional core, cognitive basis, and behavioral elements.April 12 , 2023
Lu MIAO: Trends, Challenges and Solutions in Global Talent Mobility
Competition for talent has become increasingly fierce and the accumulation, or loss, of talent can have a significant impact on the balance of power in international rela- tions. In the short term, the physical mobility of international talent has been limited by COVID-19. In the long term the frequency of online intellectual mobility provides an alternative way to replace physical international mobility.May 30 , 2022
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.June 24 , 2019
Handbook on China and Globalization
The Center for China and Globalization’s (CCG) new book “Handbook on China and Globalization” co-edited by CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao and Secretary General Dr. Miao Lu has been published by Edward Elgar, the UK-based internationally renowned social science publishing house. This book brings together nearly 40 experts and scholars from all over the world in the field of globalization to reflect on and address the issues surrounding the globalization process and China’s global influence. It discusses and forecasts, from various perspectives, China’s role in the future of globalization.June 24 , 2019
Migrants and Cities: New Partnerships to Manage Mobility
We live in a world which is becoming increasingly urban, where more and more people are moving to cities. Over 54 per cent of people across the globe were living in urban areas in 2014 (UN DESA, 2014).1 The current urban population of 3.9 billion is expected to grow in the next few decades to some 6.4 billion by 2050 (ibid.). It is estimated that three million people around the world are moving to cities every week (UN-Habitat, 2009). Migration is driving much of the increase in urbanization, making cities much more diverse places in which to live.April 10 , 2016